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Dresden

Location: Dresden, Germany

This is what I saw on the class trip to Dresden, about an hour and a half from Leipzig

This is the skyline of the city. In the middle is the Frauenkirche (the dome thingy).

This is the Opera house from the bus. There's a picture without someone's head in the way later, I promise. :)

This was a pretty field next to the castles.

This is one of three castles in a line on a hill. The tourguide told us the stories, but I couldn't understand anything between my limited german skills and everyone talking in the back of the bus.

Another small section of the Zwinger. As you can see, it was raining.

This is a small section of the Zwinger, an enclosed courtyard in Dresden This entrance with the crown is called the Kronentor.

On the left is the only Catholic church in Dresden and to the left is a palace (more on this in the blog).

A clock at the Zwinger. It's called the Glockenspiel Pavillion.

This is the better view of the opera house I promised.

This is the statue in front of the Opera house. I'm not really sure who it is though...

This building was actually originally a tobacco factory. The owner sent the architect to Egypt before it was built. Now it's an office complex and in the dome every saturday they tell one of the Tales of 1,001 Nights for children.

This is the entire batch of foreign exchange students this semester. I'm on the left behind the girl with the green umbrella.



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This is the Opera house from the bus. There's a picture without someone's head in the way later, I promise. :)

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This is the skyline of the city. In the middle is the Frauenkirche (the dome thingy).

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This is one of three castles in a line on a hill. The tourguide told us the stories, but I couldn't understand anything between my limited german skills and everyone talking in the back of the bus.

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This was a pretty field next to the castles.

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This is a small section of the Zwinger, an enclosed courtyard in Dresden This entrance with the crown is called the Kronentor.

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Another small section of the Zwinger. As you can see, it was raining.

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A clock at the Zwinger. It's called the Glockenspiel Pavillion.

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On the left is the only Catholic church in Dresden and to the left is a palace (more on this in the blog).

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This is the statue in front of the Opera house. I'm not really sure who it is though...

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This is the better view of the opera house I promised.

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This is the entire batch of foreign exchange students this semester. I'm on the left behind the girl with the green umbrella.

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This building was actually originally a tobacco factory. The owner sent the architect to Egypt before it was built. Now it's an office complex and in the dome every saturday they tell one of the Tales of 1,001 Nights for children.