Remembering A Trip In Dresden, Germany

Life is so busy the past days. Even I am jobless, sometimes 24 hours is still not enough for me. I know how to manage my time but due to a lot of things to do both online and offline, sometimes a day is still not enough. I am just happy that I can still find time to meet with friends or spend some short trips when I can.

One of the beautiful cities I visited in Germany is Dresden, the capital city of the Free State of Saxony. One of the famous sights we visited was the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady). Here are some of the photographs I took during our visit.

the beautiful dome of Frauenkirche during our visit last May 2011.

The Dresden Frauenkirche, a few years after its reconsecration.

During Second World War

Dresden in the 20th century was a leading European centre of art, classical music, culture and science until its complete destruction on 13 February 1945. Being the capital of the German state of Saxony, Dresden had not only garrisons but a whole military borough, the Albertstadt. This military complex, named after Saxon King Albert, was never targeted in the bombing of Dresden. (wikipedia)

note: this is a scheduled post. I am away for a short backed very soon!

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