The interior of the church is not as gorgeous as imagined, and the stone pillars and altar are fairly simple. The Church of the Three Emperors also has a burial chamber where members of the Saxon Wetting family are buried. It can only be visited by a church guide at a fixed time every day.
In fact, compared with Florence, I feel that Dresden is more suitable for life. The commercial atmosphere here is not very strong. The commercial area is separated from the old town by the same street. Whether it is shopping or exploring historical sites, it can be clearly separated.
The Three Emperors Church, which was built in 1421, has been rebuilt and renovated after being devastated by fires and wars and has continued to the present. It is open to the public for free, and you can voluntarily donate coins by taking tram No. 4 or No. 9 but you will arrive at Neustadtmarkt or Palaistplatz in a short walk. When I think of church ritual music inside, it becomes more solemn under the impetus of the big organ pipe
The Church of the Three Emperors (Dreik 渀渀猀欀爀戀栀栀栀) is a church in the new town of Dresden, Germany. It was founded in the early 15th century and was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt in the late 1980s.
The Church of the Three Emperors is located in the New Town and is one of Dresden's landmarks. It can be seen from the top of the church tower to overlook the city.