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Dresden is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is also the 2nd largest city of the region. Dresden became a political, cultural and educational hub of Germany and Europe since 1990 during German reunification. The bombing during the World War II took about 25000 lives which was a great shock for Dresden and its people.


  • Zwinger Palace

  • Semperoper

  • Dresden Cathedral

  • Frauenkirche

  • Green Vault

  • Bruhl’s Terrace


  • Visit Zwinger Palace

  • Semperoper

  • Must visit Dresden Cathedral

  • Visit Frauenkirche

  • Explore Green Vault

  • Explore Bruhl’s Terrace

Furstenzug is a monumental artwork which was painted during the first half of 1870’s and spreads at a length of about 102 meters. The artwork was later on being replaced with porcelain tiles to protect it from elements during the 1900’s. Furstenzug houses records of about 35 rulers of the Witten family and serves as a great lesson of the history for everyone visiting this place. When you are planning a visit to Dresden, do not miss out the chance to visit Furstenzug at any cost.




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Zwinger Palace

Zwinger palace was started constructing during the 16th century and completed during the 18th century as a space for lavish court facilities after being ordered by Augustus II. The palace began to grow rapidly and transformed into a beautiful complex comprising of several statues, gardens and ornamented pavilions.


Semperoper

Semperoper is the opera house of Dresden and was being opened in 1878. It was named after its architect Gottfried Semper and considered as one of the world’s respected art venues. There was another opera house in this place which was badly burned down in 1869 which was rebuilt again.


Dresden Cathedral

Semperoper is the opera house of Dresden and was being opened in 1878. It was named after its architect Gottfried Semper and considered as one of the world’s respected art venues. There was another opera house in this place which was badly burned down in 1869 which was rebuilt again.


Green Vault

The Green Vault is one of the city museums in Dresden, Germany, and it is located in the Dresden Royal Palace. This collection of historical art and antiques has been called one of the greatest treasure chests in Europe. It is divided into two sections, the Historic Green Vault and the New Green Vault.


Bruhl’s Terrace

Bruhl’s Terrace is a panoramic terrace by the side of river Elbe. The terrace was connected to the Frauenkirche cathedral via staircase. The terrace got its name during the 18th century. Bruhl’s Terrace is a 500 meter regal panoramic terrace.


Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche is located in Neumarkt and is crowned as one of Europe’s largest church domes till date. George Bahr started the construction of this beautiful church in 1743 but he was not alive to see it get completed. After a tragic destruction of Frauenkirche in 1945, the church was started reconstructing in the 1994.

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