The beautiful city at the Elbe river belongs through the wealth of its cultural and art treasures as well as its attractive situation to the prettiest cities of Europe. Dresden has been the residence of sovereigns and kings already since 1425 At the end of World War II Dresden was almost totally destroyed within 3 days fire-bombing 13.-15. February 1945 about 30.000 people died! Today the city of Dresden presents itself after decades of reconstruction in its old splendour again
One of the most famous buildings and a must if you visit Dresden, is the Zwinger (1711-22 built by Pöppelmann). In its architecture, the baroque building is modelled on a Roman amphitheater. The representative festival place was determined for courtly purposes and is surrounded by Gallerien and charming pavilions.
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