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  • Altstadt map - Dresden
    Altstadt map - Dresden
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    Where to go in Dresden?

    by pieter_jan_v Written Jul 4, 2010

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    Altstadt map - Dresden

    Favorite thing: The Altstadt has the best known attractions, like:
    -Zwinger
    -Green Vault
    -Frauenkirche
    -Semper Oper
    -Royal Mews
    -Fürstenzug
    -Royal Palace
    -Cathedral
    -Kreuzkirche
    -Altmarkt Square
    -Brühl Terrace
    -Academy of Arts and Art Society
    -Albertinum
    -New Synagogue
    -Großer Garten park
    -Park Train Dresden
    -Yenidze
    -Russian-Orthodox Church
    -Panometer
    -Zoo Dresden

    Have alook into this City guidebooklet and plan your Dresden visit.

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    • Historical Travel
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Photography

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    Magnificent Architecture and Culture!

    by grishaV1 Updated Dec 6, 2004

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    Favorite thing: Dresden has many wonderful museums, some of the most well known are the Old Masters Picture Gallery in the Semper museum building adjoining the Zwinger and maybe the New Masters Picture Gallery in the Albertinum building on Brühl's Terrace. My favorite is the Book Museum Library or Buchmuseum der Sächsischen Landesbibliothek at Zellescher Weg 18 01054

    Also the architecture is Dresden is amazing considering so much bombing was done WWII, and so much had to be redone, very lovingly redone I must say by original plans. Most people will recognize the Dresden Zwinger, the Frauenkirche Church, Semper Opera House and Royal Palace, pics you will see on my pages here. These are in what´s called the "Old City". Its on the left of the Elbe River banks. Then you have the Neustadt Quarters on the right. And the Elbe Meadows will makes a pleasant walk, these are rather flat areas which because of geography were much overcome during flooding a few years ago, but much has been restored again.

    For more info about the city, map and links, directions, etc etc see here Dresden City Information. The site is both in German and English.

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    • Museum Visits
    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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    For Basics About Dresden

    by grishaV1 Updated Dec 6, 2004

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    view of Dresden

    Favorite thing: Are you thinking of moving to Dresden and wanting to know about schools, if you have children, the economics and job possibilities? How about housing, local traffic, nightlife, sports, businesses? Then this is a great website for you: Dresden.de, it will probably have everything you need and wondered about.

    Its both in German and English, plus on the tourism page words can be translated to many other languages as well, deutsch, français, italiano, español, český, polski, русский, nederlands, dansk, svensk, norsk, japanese, and more! Its updated often with current info, and is quick and easy to navigate.

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    Map of saxony

    by Antji Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Favorite thing: This is a little map of the region SACHSEN (in english it is called Saxony!)
    The capital of this region is Dresden. You can find it in southeast of Germany. Next to Saxony are the neighbourstates Poland and Czech Republic. The name of the river is ELBE. The river is very beautiful and you can go by very old paddle-steamers (from the years around 1875) and there is a long beautiful way for bicycling and skating until the border of Czech Republic.

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    Tourist-Information Dresden ...

    by Axel-M Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Tourist-Information Dresden
    in der Schinkelwache
    01067 Dresden
    Theaterplatz 2
    Tel: 0351 -491 92-0 Fax: 0351 - 49 19 23 10
    Internet: http://www.dresden-tourist.de

    ab Januar 2000:
    Mo: 10.00 - 18.00 Di: 10.00 - 18.00 Mi: 10.00 - 18.00
    Do: 10.00 - 18.00 Fr: 10.00 - 18.00 Sa: 10.00 - 16.00
    So: 10.00 - 16.00

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