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Completely destroyed in 1945, rebuilt by 1962 by East German Government, Roman Catholic Cathedral of Holy Trinity stands on the bank of river Elbe. Beautiful structure inside and outside, it was never very popular in Dresden, because most of the City population were Protestants.
The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is in close proximity to the Zwinger and statue of King August. It is one of the several must-see destinations around the Zwinger. The most prominent of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the clock tower. In case...More
This is a beautiful church, but the chapels that look the more beautiful are behind the altar and not accessible.
The church is all white on the inside which gives it an unassuming look.
It is free to enter and you should expect to spend...More
Augustus III ordered this church built between 1738-1751. The populace were Lutheran but the King was Catholic and built it as his private church. There is even a bridge that connects the Palace which was recently restored. The church was heavily damaged in the WWII...More
The Catholic Church in Dresden is beautiful from the outside and very simple on the inside. Not my favourite church in the city for a visit, but still worth a quick visit. Lovely photo opportunities outside!