What to visit in Dresden, Germany
The Zwinger Palace is located in the city of Dresden, Germany. The construction took place in the year 1709 and was originally made of wood and served as the amphitheater for the knights contests on the handling of weapons or other entertainment for the Saxon royal court. Between 1710 and 1719, under the command of King August the Hard took place the reconstruction of the palace using the stone so like it looks nowdays. The desire was to outsmart the King's Palace of Versailles wich was a great and luxury Palace.
In 1945, at the end of the Second World War, the Zwinger Palace was seriously damaged, but it was built with the help of city residents. Inside the palace we can visit 4 rooms, each filled with works of art and the gallery of paintings, paintings of the artist Raphael, Rubens, Canaletto.
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Dresden is a picturesque city of Germany. Considered as the capital of Saxony (a German State), it is slowly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The beautiful surroundings as well as the remarkable historical areas have drawn millions of tourists every year. It is estimated that at least 10 million tourists visit the city annually. Because of the increasing popularity, Dresden is getting more accessible especially by air. Aside from flights from different major cities in Germany, international flights from other European countries such as Rome and London have direct flights. The Dresden-Klotzsche Airport also... Read more »
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