Last year, on our whirlwind trip around Eastern Europe, we visited Dresden, a small town in Germany with an interesting history. It used to be the capital of Saxony before getting completely destroyed by bombers during WWII. Most of the historic center has been reconstructed over the years to bring it back to its former glory.
One of my favorite places is the Zwinger palace, the most beautiful structure you’ll see in Dresden or perhaps even Germany. The buildings are connected by a series of walkways that are lined with an interesting mix of Rococo sculptures and statues. This particular path passes right over the Crown Gate, the well-known entrance into the interior courtyard.
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