City of Dresden, Germany

Posted in Architecture, History, People at 11:35 am by Warren Williams

The city of Dresden has a long history, and is well known for the controversial Allied Forces bombing near the end of World War II. The face of the city drastically changed over the next 40 years during the East German socialist era. Fortunately, since the reunification in 1990, Dresden has re-emerged as a political, cultural and economic centre of Germany.

Dresden Architecture
Beautiful architecture around the city

Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), Dresden, Germany
Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)
Survived the firebombing during WWII, however burnt out and collapsed the following day. After 13 years of rebuilding, it was completed in 2005, with joint efforts from Germany and UK.

Historic Underground Basement and Frauenkirche, Dresden
Historic Underground Basement and Frauenkirche, Dresden

Statue in front of Frauenkirche, (Church of Our Lady), Dresden
Statue in front of Frauenkirche

Ice Cream Girl in Dresden

Peter gets Married!
Peter gets married!

Frozen Man

85L Wide Open
Walking the many cobbled streets

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