Dresden, Germany (2011)
|Photo below: Street musicians playing inside a tunnel near Elbe River.|
|Photo below: Buildings on the north side of the Elbe River.|
Buildings on the south side of the Elbe River.
The photo was taken from the bank on the north side of the Elbe.
Church on the south side of the bridge that crosses the
The photo was taken while I stood on the bridge that crosses the Elbe River.
|Church above is in old
town Dresden. It looks old. No. Dresden was leveled
during World War II. The buildings in old town Dresden
were resurrected from the ruble, to look like the old.
Photo below: Buildings on the south side
of the Elbe River.
|It was on north bank of
the Elbe River where the U.S. forces met the Russian
forces and shook hands, having conquered Dresden.
Photos below: Views from the Elbe River.
|Photo below: Inside the Dresden Frauenkirche, or "Church of Our Lady."|
|This is a Lutheran
Church. It is another church that was destroyed during
World War II and rebuilt. It was rebuilt with some bricks
from the original building. The original plans from the
1720s were used as it was reconstructed. Reconstruction
began in 1993, and reconstruction was completed in 2005.
|In Dresden, I rented a car and drove to Schwaigern.|