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The Dresden Frauenkirche Church of Our Lady is a Lutheran church in Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony. An earlier church building was Catholic until it became Protestant during the Reformation. The old church was replaced in the 18th century by a larger Baroque Lutheran building. It is considered an outstanding example of Protestant sacred architecture, featuring one of the largest domes in Europe. It was originally built as a sign of the will of the citizens of Dresden to remain Protestant after their ruler had converted to Catholicism. It now also serves as a symbol of reconciliation between former warring enemies. Built in the 18th century, the church was destroyed in the bombing of Dresden during World War II. The remaining ruins were left for 50 years as a war memorial, following decisions of local East German leaders. The church was rebuilt after the reunification of Germany, starting in 1994. The reconstruction of its exterior was completed in 2004, and the interior in 2005. The church was reconsecrated on 30 October 2005 with festive services lasting through the Protestant observance of Reformation Day on 31 October. The surrounding Neumarkt square with its many valuable baroque buildings was also reconstructed in 2004. The Frauenkirche is often called a cathedral, but it is not the seat of a bishop; the church of the Landesbischof of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Saxony is the Church of the Cross. Once a month, an Anglican Evensong is held in English, by clergy from St. George's Anglican Church, Berlin. #holidayvacation #staycation #merryxmas #holidayvacation#staycation#merryxmas
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Dresden,Recommendations
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The most luxurious museum ever seen~The Green Treasure Hall Green Treasure Hall is named after the green roof and pillars of this treasure house. Its history dates back to 1586 and is reserved for the royal family. The use of treasures, here is Europe's largest royal treasure museum, you can imagine how precious and valuable jewelry and artifacts. It is no exaggeration to say that this is the best treasure house I have ever seen. The luxury of the collections makes me open my eyes Aspect 1: The Green Treasure Hall is not only in the building. The typical Baroque style used is also stored in this treasure house, which is a rich exhibit from Baroque to Classicism. The unique architectural division in the pavilion is also a highlight, making people forget to return, can't let go, can't open their eyes. Wish 2: gold and silver, jewels, amber, ivory, and gemstones, elegant bronze statues and goldsmith's artwork, more than 3,000 precious exhibits, naked in front of a gorgeous mirrored wall. Out of the barrier of the glass cover, people can enjoy the full brilliance of the Baroque treasure house. Wish 3: gold and silver, jewels, amber, ivory, and gemstones, elegant bronze statues and goldsmith's artwork, more than 3,000 precious exhibits, naked in front of a gorgeous mirrored wall. Out of the barrier of the glass cover, people can enjoy the full brilliance of the Baroque treasure house. Aspect 4: In addition to the weapons, the Treasure Hall also displayed the clothes of the nobles at that time, exquisite workmanship, superior fabrics, and the styles are still not tacky, so the aesthetics of the time and the craftsmen heart.
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Dresden, Saxony, Germany, because of its Baroque style of architectural style, and rich humanity, is known as the Florence on the Elbe. Today, not only for foreign tourists, but for Germans, it is like their back garden. In addition to visiting the oldest Christmas market in Germany during Christmas, when the weather is good, come over the Elbe River. It is also great to have a drink and watch the opera. In the vicinity of Dresden, you can also get in touch with nature, here is the only national park in Saxony - Little Switzerland. According to legend, in the 18th century, several Swiss painters came to sketch and discovered that the place was surrounded by mountains and waters, the geological structure was strange, and the famous paintings were widely circulated, and they blurted out: "It is like Switzerland!" (Perhaps until now), Switzerland is synonymous with paradise, the name spreads instantly, and over time, it becomes the official name. From Dresden to Little Switzerland National Park, you need to take the Eurorail and take the Kurort Rathen from the main train station, where you should strongly recommend the European Pass! Don't think about it at all, just take the pass and start, just fill in the name and time of the departure and arrival site. If you are buying a S bahn ticket, you need to be aware that the station from Dresden to Little Switzerland National Park has crossed three districts. If you can't buy the ticket, you will be fined in minutes. Tears, and tickets across the three districts are also expensive, minutes are more expensive than the number of days of the Eurotsutsu ticket!
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