Pension am Renner

Rudolf Renner Strasse 10, Dresden, Saxony, 01157, Germany
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by bugulma

The oldest church in Dresden and the biggest Protestant church (at least, while Frauenkirche will be open). It was built in XV century. It's one of the highest points in Dresden, 92 meters high. The ticket to the tower is EUR 1.5 and you can enjoy Dresden views. The church was rebuilt several times, in 1760, in 1792 and in 1897. In February of 1945 the church was destroyed but the frameworks were safe because there were steel elements inside.

Wine parties in Dresden

by drei3t

YouWine parties are organized in Dresden once a year. We knew this already when we came to Dresden, we had got the information from the Dresden home page (

The central bar / shopping street, Hauptstrasse (just north of Elbe), was full of small stands selling different wines. There were at least 30 stands... And besides every stand there are tables and chairs, where you can drink the wine you have bought. And the whole place was full of people!!

Beware: you have to drink the wine in the tables besides the stands. Or then you have to bluff the man/woman selling the wine - for example one guy buys a bottle of wine, goes to table to drink it, and leaves the place while another guy chats with the seller..

Elbsandsteingebirge - high above Elbe

by globetrott

Elbsandsteingebirge is the name of the most fantastic and unique rocks-formations of Germany with steep rocks very close to the river and you may climb up there easily and have a great view of the landscape at many places like here on my picture !
You may even drive up there by car and have to walk just 5 minutes to get to this view-point and have a nice restaurant and even hotel nearby.
The view-point on my picture is just about 300 meters from "Bastei" - you simply take the steps through the wood and get there easily.
You may get there also by cruiseship from Dresden and get out at Kurort Rathen and step up the mountains.

River Cruise

by pieter_jan_v

The Sächsichsische Dampfschiffahrt company has a number of ships ready for a great cruise over the Elbe river.

The trips go both to the North and South over the most beautiful parts of the Elbe river.
The Northen trip goes to Seußlitz at Meißen,the Southern one goes to Bad Schandau in the "Sächsischen Schweiz".

Besides these full dautrips you can board for a shorter 2.5 hours trip in the evening.


by sabsi

The evening of 13 February 1945. During the whole 2nd world war life was pretty safe in Dresden. It's carnival night and people are celebrating. The first bomb is dropped on the city of Dresden shortly after 10pm. Approximately 750 more follow that night and the following morning. When the people come out of the bunkers the only building still standing between all the rubble and ruins is the Frauenkirche. The fire storm killed about 25,000 people that night. In the morning of the 15 February the dome of the Frauenkirche collapses. Shortly afterwards the whole building crashes down.

The ruins of the church were always a symbol for peace. They were acting as a memorial in the middle of Dresden's old town. After reunification it didn't take long until the plan came up to rebuild the church. Money was collected and building started. The Frauenkirche became a symbol for reconciliation: Many British and American people helped by giving money. The son of a British bomber pilot - a goldsmith from Coventry - even built the cross on top of the church.

The church was opened in autumn 2005 and ever since it is a big tourist attraction. Tickets for concerts in the church are hard to get. On some days you have to queue to just get in.

Anyway, it's hard to imagine the Dresden skyline without the dome of Frauenkirche. Even though it's not the most beautiful church I've ever seen and it looks a bit strange with its mixture of old and new stones used it's great to see that it's back. For me it's more a symbol than a church!


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