Dresden in East Germany is synonymous with German culture. The glorious cultural and artistic heritage is reflected in all aspects of the ancient city. This is the exquisite Baroque architecture that has prospered for hundreds of years. It is breathtaking and worth visiting.
The Royal Palace of Dresden is a typical building of the Renaissance and one of the oldest buildings in Dresden, Germany. For centuries, it has been the palace of the electors and kings of Saxony. Today it becomes the Dresden State Art Collection.
The Dresden Royal Palace is a building composed of several buildings connected in series. It feels quite complicated in shape. There is also a sky loft connected with other nearby pavilions, which is different from the shape of European palaces in the past. We focused on visiting the Green Dome Treasure Museum.
This is a palace left over from the war in America, and it still looks very historic.
This is the original residence of the Saxon princes. Close to the Elbe. The area is huge. It is marked by a green roof. There are several museums here, the most famous one is the Green Dome Museum. There are two tourist museums, one is the old museum, and the other is the new museum. The old museum requires separate tickets and the number of people is limited. There are mainly oil paintings and statues of princes, coin museum, weapon museum and Turkish museum. The sketch and photo gallery on the third floor has very few things and is of little significance. Here, because it is a tourist gathering place, there are many tourists, but because of the large area inside, it is not crowded. And on the first floor you can rent an audio guide machine for free, and there are actually Chinese ones. There are many things in the new Green Dome Treasure Hall. If you look closely, it will take about three or four hours. There are often live performances by buskers at the entrance of the museum, and the level is very good.
In the seventeenth century, there was a very famous King August, who was elected King of Poland twice in his life. It is difficult for our people to understand the electoral system of the Holy Roman Empire. In particular, King II was an aristocrat who was very obsessed with Far Eastern porcelain and orange trees.