This is a large church in the centre of the city, which was rebuilt after the destruction caused by the major air raids of February 1945. Cavernous inside, it is impressive for its simplicity and for its collection of photographs which show the destruction in 1945 and the process of rebuilding, which was delayed for many years post war. Even 10 years after WW2, the photos show just how devastated the city centre remained during the period of Soviet occupation. There is a link with Coventry Cathedral and a Coventry cross-of-nails.
Well worth a visit when you are in Dresden.
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