The Augustus Bridge is a bridge in the city of Dresden, in the state Saxony in Germany. It was built between 1907 and 1910. Crossing the river Elbe, the road bridge connects the Innere Neustadt in the north (right bank) with the historic area of the city in the south (left bank).
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Brühl's Terrace and Dresden Fortress Underneath Brühl´s Terrace, which was opened up to the public as early as 1814, lies Dresden Fortress. Built as a ring of walls and surrounded by a water moat, they are thought to be the oldest Renaissance structures in the city.
The Bundeswehr Museum of Military History in Dresden offers two approaches to military history, which are reflected both in the architecture and the design of the exhibition. The Museum consists of two parts: the arsenal that was built in the 1870s and the new extension designed by U.S. architect Daniel Libeskind, completed in 2011.
Dans le Val d'Oise, LA FAISANDERIE DU CHATEAU DE RUEIL-SERAINCOURT vous accueille pour réceptions privées et professionnelles. A votre disposition, une salle de 200 m² avec poutres et pierres apparentes avec des baies donnant sur le jardin. Des chambres sont disponibles sur place pour prolonger votre séjour. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez nous contacter.
The Dresden Armoury or Dresden Armory (German: Rüstkammer), also known as the Dresden Historical Museum (German: Historisches Museum Dresden), is one of the world's largest collections of ceremonial weapons, armour and historical textiles. It is part of the Dresden State Art Collections and is located in Dresden Castle in Dresden.
Dresden Castle A former Royal Palace located in the historic heart of Dresden is today a major cultural attraction and home to some of Germany’s oldest art collections. Occupying much of the center of Dresden’s historic heart, the Dresden Castle or Royal Palace is one of the city’s most popular attractions.
The cathedral is Dresden’s youngest Baroque building. With a floor plan measuring nearly 4,800 square meters, it is also the largest church in Saxony. The crypt of the Catholic "Sanctissimae Trinitatis" cathedral, on Schloßplatz, contains 49 sarcophagi of the Wettin princes and kings as well as their relatives.
The Dresden Funicular Railway (German: Standseilbahn Dresden) is a funicular in Dresden, Germany connecting the districts of Loschwitz, near the "Blue Wonder" bridge, and Weisser Hirsch. The railway is one of two funicular railways in Dresden, the other being the unusual Schwebebahn Dresden, a suspended monorail.
The Dresden Heath (German: Dresdner Heide) is a large forest in the city of Dresden. The heath is the most important recreation area in the city and is also actively forested. Approximately 6,133 hectares of the Dresden Heath are designated as a nature preserve, making it one of the largest municipal forests in Germany by area.
The project does not merely show the tragedy of Dresden, but uses several pillars to draw attention to the interactions of Europe’s war-torn history. By 1945, many German cities were destroyed, but so was a large number of other European, such as Rotterdam, Coventry, Stalingrad and Warsaw.
The Galerie Neue Meister (German pronunciation: [ɡaləˈʁiː ˈnɔʏə ˈmaɪstɐ], New Masters Gallery) in Dresden, Germany, displays around 300 paintings from the 19th century until today, including works from Otto Dix, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet.
Visitors to Dresden's Hygiene Museum will discover the 'Abenteuer Mensch' (Adventurous Human). These spectacular exhibitions can be experienced by everyone thanks to tactile route finders, subtitled films, sign language tours, tactile objects and plain-language audio guides.
Discover thousands of Europe's finest treasures at Neues Grünes Gewölbe. Housed in the historic Dresden Castle, the museum features more than 4,000 treasures ranging from Baroque to Classicism styles. Tour the nine chambers of the Historic Green Vault exhibit to see an array of crown jewels, bronze and ivory statues, and amber artwork.
Japanisches Palais (English: Japanese Palace) is a Baroque building in Dresden, Germany, on the Neustadt bank of the river Elbe. Built in 1715, it was extended from 1729 until 1731 to store the Japanese porcelain collection of Augustus the Strong that is now part of the Dresden Porcelain Collection.
Jahrzehntelang war die ehemalige Bergstation des von Lingner 1907 gebauten Personenaufzuges am Elbhang der einzige Zeuge dieses Bauwerkes. Der Vorstandsvorsitzende des Fördervereins Lingnerschloss e. V., Dr. Peter Lenk, gibt Auskunft über die Wiedererrichtung der Seilbahn.
Loschwitz Bridge (Loschwitzer Brücke) is a cantilever truss bridge over the river Elbe in Dresden the capital of Saxony in Germany. It connects the city districts of Blasewitz and Loschwitz, two affluent residential areas, which around 1900 were amongst the most expensive in Europe.
Moritzburg Little Pheasant Castle The Little Pheasant Castle is the last castle in Saxony that has been preserved in the original style of the late Dresden Rococo. On a meek footprint of 13.4 metres square, the architect Johann Daniel Schade succeeded in accommodating the entire court en miniature.
One of these significant castles, palaces, and gardens is Weesenstein Castle. This unique architectural ensemble, located hardly 20 kilometres from the Saxon capital Dresden, was brought into prominence as the private property of King John of Saxony (König Johann von Sachsen), the most famous Wettin of the 19th century.
This Sunday, Dresden’s Royal Palace will open the Türckische Cammer, or Turkish Chamber, as part of ongoing renovations of the city’s historic quarter overlooking the Elbe River. The chamber is a permanent space devoted to Ottoman weaponry, textiles, horse trappings and armour collected by the rulers of Saxony beginning in the early 1500s.
Museums Accommodated in the Dresden Zwinger . The »Old Masters« Picture Gallery is the most well-known exhibition on the Dresden Zwinger. All information about it and the other museums can be found on the homepage of the Dresden State Art Collections.