https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/saxe state capital of Saxony, to the borders of Germany, Dresden (Dresden) is one of the last stages of the country before heading to Warsaw or Prague, two distant capitals than a hundred kilometers. The contemporary history of Dresden was heavily marked by the Second World War, as the city suffered extensive bombing by the Allies, causing great casualties and disfiguring part of the urban landscape; the nickname Dresden enough to guess the architectural heritage which the town can boast: the 'Florence of the Elbe'. A great effort of reconstruction and renovation was launched in the post-war Dresden and regained gradually the baroque splendor of its past: the Palais https://www.cityzeum.com/le-palais-zwinger-25486 Zwinger, the Frauenkirche https://www.cityzeum.com/-la-frauenkirche-de-dresde-25486, the https://www.cityzeum.com/lopera-semper-de-dresde-25486 Semper Opera, the list of remarkable monuments of Dresden is long.