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Procession of Princes, Dresden

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Procession of Princes is a 102 m (335 ft) mural depicting a parade of the rulers of Saxony. The 35 portraits from the House of Wettin originally were painted between 1871 and 1876. Between 1904 and 1907, the painting was replaced with about 23,000 porcelain tiles. That makes it the largest porcelain artwork in the world. Using our custom trip planner, Dresden attractions like Procession of Princes can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Was a good and interesting place to have a nice walk through. My family and I walked through it to end our day in Dresden, really interesting to see the mural looks very nice and looks very clean and....  more »
  • It's pretty cool to see all of the princes "marching" on the wall. Very neat idea. Definitely worth a visit! The whole area is full of history.  more »
  • Baeutiful street. Amazing painting on the wall. Lovely. Must visit.
  • Beautiful and huge pieces of art made purely from ceramic tiles. Amazing.

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