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Frauenkirche Dresden, Dresden

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Experience the fruits of postwar reconstruction at Frauenkirche Dresden. Although destroyed by Allied bombing in World War II, the rebuilt church recreates the original structure's imposing 18th-century Baroque architecture. Enter to see the grand hall, and head up to the dome (one of Europe's largest) for fantastic views and photo ops of the city. Before your trip to Dresden, make sure to check the cathedral’s website as they frequently hold concerts. PutFrauenkirche Dresden into our Dresden route builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • When you look at pictures of the bombed ruin, and then walk in and out of the church, you can only marvel of what has been done by talented workers to restore it to its glory. Shame we didn't have... 
    When you look at pictures of the bombed ruin, and then walk in and out of the church, you can only marvel of what has been done by talented workers to restore it to its glory. Shame we didn't have...  more »
  • It's a beautiful church. Looks nicer on the outside. Do climb up to the top for the panoramic views. 
    It's a beautiful church. Looks nicer on the outside. Do climb up to the top for the panoramic views.  more »
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  • A unique, magnificent view of Dresden that takes the tiredness of climbing up individual steps and narrow corridors to that church. To be loved, to be admired. This baroque style church, which remained a war memorial for fifty years, fascinates with its magnificence.
  • A unique, magnificent view of Dresden that takes the tiredness of climbing up individual steps and narrow corridors to that church. To be loved, to be admired. This baroque style church, which remained a war memorial for fifty years, fascinates with its magnificence.

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