David Friedrich. Conti Elbschiffahrts KG/Dresden Tourist Office Save to wishlist Frauenkirche The Frauenkirche Baroque church was all but destroyed during World War II, and was for decades left as a vivid reminder of the destruction of war. However rich Dresden's treasures and proud its heritage, modern history has not been kind to the city. There are invaluable gold treasures, paintings by Renaissance masters, oriental porcelain, classical sculpture, ceremonial weapons and more than you could ever squeeze into one trip.
This was finally begun in 1994, using a lot of the preserved material (3,500 individual stones and work was completed in 2005. True or not, visitors to Die Welt der DDR museum dont have to have experienced real-life communism to enjoy a fascinating glimpse of what life was like in Dresden between 19Antonstraße 2A, Dresden, Germany, Dresdens Welt der DDR museum shows life under East German communism. The Skulpturensammlung has more than five millennia of sculpture, from Classical Antiquity to the 21st century via the likes of Rodin, Degas and Lehmbruck. Brühls Terrace Source: liudmila ermolenko / m Brühls Terrace Just north of the Frauenkirche is a regal 500-metre panoramic terrace, looking out on the Elbe from the left bank between the Augustusbrücke and the Carolabrücke. Dresden, Germany, schwebebahn Dresden, a unique hanging cable-car navigates through Dresden, the oldest suspension railway in the world. Dresdens City Festival is one of the citys biggest events superscheeli/Flickr, save to wishlist, opera at Semper, as one of Europes most historic and renowned centres of music, a visit to Dresden isnt complete without heading to the. On the facade look for the statues of Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare, Molière, Euripides and Sophocles.
There are over 20,000 pieces of the collection, but only exhibition space for 10 of that, so the displays are regularly updated. The Wasserpalais and the Bergpalais have a delightful fusion of Baroque and the Chinoiserie that was in fashion in the 1720s. But the museum also excels for its locally produced Meissen porcelain, including figurines, a table set belonging to Frederick Augustus III and vessels decorated with Rococo and oriental motifs. (entrance Brühlsche Terrasse and Georg-Treu-Platz) Dresden, Germany, Gerhard Richter Abstraktes Bild (946-3) 2016 I Gerhard Richter 2017/Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Save to wishlist Christmas Market Having taken place a grand total of 583 times, the annual Dresdener Striezelmarkt claims to be the oldest Christmas market. 51.0519,.7360, added by easydistance.