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Until an administrative reform in , Zerbst was the capital of the former Anhalt-Zerbst district. With the 1 January local government reform, the 21 formerly independent communities of the disbanded Verwaltungsgemeinschaft collective municipality Elbe-Ehle-Nuthe were incorporated into the township. Zerbst today counts about 24, inhabitants and, at In the 8th century the area east of the Elbe was settled by Polabian Slavs Sorbs.
Part of the border region with the adjacent Saxon region around Magdeburg in the west, it was incorporated into the Gau Ciervisti of the Saxon Eastern March Marca Geronis about in the course of the German Ostsiedlung. It is not clear when Zerbst was founded; however, the name Ciervisti mentioned as early as may already refer to a fortified Slavic settlement. In the early 12th century the Ascanian ruler Albert the Bear had the fortress rebuilt, and the adjacent settlement was first fortified with town walls about His descendants continued to rule the Principality of Anhalt-Zerbst until in it was divided between Prince Sigismund I and his brother Albert IV , and the residence was moved to Dessau.
In Zerbster Bitterbier was first mentioned; by the Middle Ages the town had breweries. Following the Reformation Zerbst became a Calvinist centre. From to the Francisceum Gymnasium Illustre was an important Calvinist college. From to Zerbst again was the residence of the Anhalt-Zerbst princes, whose rule included among others also the Lordship of Jever in East Frisia. From to , the Baroque composer Johann Friedrich Fasch resided there and was employed as a Hofkomponist and later Hofkapellmeister.
To honour his memory, the Fasch Festivals have taken place in the city since In Zerbst became a component of the Principality of Anhalt-Dessau. From to a horse-drawn streetcar was operated in Zerbst, one of the longest surviving among such streetcars in Germany.
On 16 April — just a few weeks before the final surrender of Nazi Germany — some eighty percent of Zerbst was destroyed in an Allied air raid. The old town was rebuilt in the following decades resulting in a fundamental change of the townscape, as only a few historical structures were preserved or reconstructed. Elections in May .