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This 394-foot mural along the wall in the Royal Mews courtyard depicts a parade of Saxony rulers, some walking, others on horseback. Scratched into stucco by the artist in 1876, the mural was later recast onto porcelain tiles and, incredibly...more
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Augustusstrasse, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Innere Altstadt
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a Private City Tour E100, well worth it. We were given the history of the Beautiful City. Paul, our guide was very Informative. Highly Recommended. The Mural depicting the history of the City is Wonderful.

Thank william264
Reviewed yesterday

If you plan to see the center of Dresden, don't miss this street. It's like a big street art - just done couple centuries ago ;-)

Thank PavelSuk
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We were told the history of this mosaic It was great Also the reason for remaking it was great And the explanation of the person who made the porcelain wall is the last in the row of persons Just great

Thank Eddie M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

In the area of the opera house the artwork in this building is simply amazing to see first hand especially if you appreciate art and history

Thank Simon C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is an amazing piece of art that you should definitely see while in Dresden. This was definitely one of the highlights of my visit.

Thank ianf22
Reviewed 6 days ago

23,000 tiles! More than 330 feet long and about 34 feet high! It occupies the outer wall of the royal stables - you can see the lovely interior of the stables as well, if you like - and displays nearly all the rulers of Saxony...More

Thank Jack H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Seen this in ninety-nine and read about the flood in 02, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that it had been cleaned up so well. There was scaffolding at the western end so I guess it is an on-going exercise.

Thank Barry L
Reviewed 1 week ago

This block long ceramic wall mural portrays a procession of Saxon's royals from the first to the last in its line - ie from the 12th to 20th century. The mural appears along the exterior of a royal building on Augustusstrasse. This wall mural is...More

Thank retireeVancouver
Reviewed 1 week ago

On close examination it is apparent that the work is completed in tiles. Really incredible. So much has been put in to the restoration of Dresden.

Thank cdb15427
Reviewed 1 week ago

Be sure to stop by this mural of monarchs along the royale palace. The line of kings in period clothing are depicted. Best part - it is free!

Thank H T
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February 3, 2015|
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Response from Eyeball09 | Reviewed this property |
They're not very big, probably 30x30cm. The tiles are a yellow/beige colour with a geometric pattern on them and the artwork of the Princes is over the top. They're about the size of the tiles that you might see clad on the... More
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Response from StickofRockDerby_UK | Reviewed this property |
Don't get too excited over this mural. It's interesting ... apparently you can see the development of horse breeding through the ages ... and there are the ex stables behind it. However, it's just a wall with ceramic tiles... More