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The town on the river Elbe is one of the most economically dynamic cities of Germany. Dresden is one of the strongest economic places of the "Neue Bundesländer" (New States). Besides the economic strength, Dresden attracts visitors with its unique baroque style city centre. After World War II, the old town of Dresden was reconstructed with a passion for detail.

The highest and the probably best known building of the old town of Dresden is the Frauenkirche, which was rebuilt in 2005 after more than 60 years. The church forms the centre of the reconstructed old town of Dresden. Cultural highlights besides the reconstructed buildings are the exhibitions and shows in Dresden's many museums and theatres.

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Dresden sightseeing

Frauenkirche
The 102-metre-high Frauenkirche is the most important protestant baroque church construction in Germany. After it has been destroyed during World War II, the government of the GDR missed to rebuild the church; hence, the ruin lasted more than 40 years. After the German reunion the reconstruction was considered. In 2005 the church was opened and now forms the centre of the historical old town of Dresden. Find rooms and sublets in private homes close to the church on the map below.
Semperoper
Semperoper is the opera-house of the Saxon state opera Dresden. It was built in the style of the Italian Renaissance. Sculptures of Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare, Molière, Sophokles and Euripides express the high cultural meaning of the Semperoper with their stony presence.
Dresden Castle
The "Residenzschloss" (Dresden Castle) once was the seat of Saxon electors and kings. Along the facades almost all style directions are present: From the Romanticism to the Historicism. Nowadays, exhibitions are shown in the castle.
Zwinger
The Dresden Zwinger accommodates numerous exhibitions and, therefore, is a part of the „Dresdner Museumskomlex“ (complex of museums of Dresden). Thanks to its numerous pavilions like the Nymphenbad, the Kronentor and all its curves, columns and putti, the monumental building is known to be one of the most important Baroque masterpieces.
The Catholic Church of the Royal Court of Saxony
The latest Baroque construction of Dresden has a total of 78 stone figures. They are apostles, saints and church dignitaries. In the crypt there are 49 sarcophagi of the Wettiner electors and kings, their relatives, as well as the heart of the Polish king August II the Strong.
Brühl's Terrace
"The Balcony of Europe" stretches out 500 metres over the river Elbe between Augustusbrücke and Carolabrücke. Today, the former defensive fortification is a popular tourist attraction. Countless cafés border the terrace so that on nice summer days a Mediterranean atmosphere arises. Find cheap accommodations near the river and the terrace on gloveler.com.
Great Garden
The centrally situated baroque park is the biggest park of the Saxon capital. In its centre lies the royal palace in its baroque style. It is surrounded by eight pavilions. The Dresden zoo, the botanical garden and the "Gläserne Manufaktur" (transparent factory) of Volkswagen are also situated in the park.
Albertinum
Near to Brühl's Terrace, the museum nowadays accommodates the exhibitions "Neue Meister" (new masters) and the "Skulpturensammlung" (sculpture collection). From 2010 on the Albertinum will present itself as a "museum of the modern age" in a new concept.
Church of the Cross
It is the main church of the protestant church of Dresden. The Church of the Cross (Kreuzkirche) was destroyed during Seven Years' War as well as during World War II, but it has always been rebuilt afterwards true to the original shape. By the end of the GDR it was a hotbed of the democratic departure. Besides, the church was the origin of numerous historical demonstrations.

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