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Dresden

Dresden Dresden is a fascinating city situated in a valley on the River Elbe. Its appropriate location and agreeable climate makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. Dresden has several admirable traits. Besides from the plethora of architectural structures in the city, Dresden is also one of the most ecologically-friendly cities in Europe. Approximately 63% of the total land area of Dresden includes green areas and forest.

Dresden is the home of various world-class art collection, applauded world ensembles, and significant buildings of several architectural periods. Some of the place's top attractions involve the Zwinger Palace, Semperoper, Fraunkeirche, Fürstenzug, Albetinum Museaum, Gläserne Manufaktur, Schloss und Grünes Gewölbe, and Dresden Neustadlt.

Dresden The Zwinger Palace is an awesome, baroque palace that shows many Permoser sculptures, a nympheum, bell pavilion and famous art collection. The Semporoper is called as the most beautiful operahouse in the whole world. Wagner and Straus enjoyed their first opera night in this fantastic place. The Frauenkirche or the Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady features the Teufelstritt or Devil's Footstep, a black mark resembling a footprint which includes a small hooked tail at the heel. Fürstenzug is the world's largest porcelain painting. The Albertinum, on the other hand, accommodated collections of “Neue Meister”, that is paintings of Caspar David Friedrich, Rotlaoof and Van Gogh, to name a few.

The Gläserne Manufaktur is Volkwagen's transparent factory. Several car lovers frequent this place. Schloss und Grünes Gewölbe is Europe's most grandiose treasure chamber museum. It also shows the biggest green diamond, the court of Aurengzeb and other exquisite crown jewelries.

Dresden Last but not the least is Dresden Neustadt, a region of the north bank of the bend of Elba. Neustadt is a picturesque area where there are quaint shops and restaurants. Finally, but not the least is Dresden Neustadtl, a region of the north bank of the bend of Elba. Neustadt is a pictorial area where there are quaint shops and restaurants.

There are several sights and attraction in Dresden. One honestly has to visit this place to appreciate its beauty and grandiosity. Who would ever imagine that Dresden was once totally shattered and destroyed after the bombing raids of the World War II? So come over to Dresden, you will certainly enjoy its beauty, history and fine works of arts.

The attractions that the great city of Dresden offers can be experienced through many and varied forms. Of course history, architecture and culture would be at the top of any Dresden attraction list as this city in Germany is distinguished all over the world for its architectural treasures, rich history and interesting culture.
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