August II didn't like porcelain very much, but also orange trees. He has a pioneering work. Use our Tsinghua big pot to make a hole and plant an orange tree. It's really fun. By the way, he also ordered the development of Saxon porcelain.
Dresden must-see attractions, a model of Baroque architecture. There are galleries, porcelain exhibition, mathematics and physics exhibition
A large number of architectural elements from the ancient Greco-Roman period, as well as the style of the baroque heyday, blend together to become the unique architectural charm of the Zwinger Palace. In the middle of the palace is a square of 10,000 square meters, dotted with four Baroque fountains, surrounded by countless sculptures, which is beautiful.
Zwinger Palace, not only in Dresden, but also the most eye-catching Baroque architectural complex in Germany. Historically, this palace was the place where the royal family held dinners. The square courtyard had four entrances leading to a courtyard filled with fountains. The surrounding buildings were completely occupied by Baroque sculptures. The Zwinger Palace is the most magnificent and famous ancient building in Dresden. It was originally built in 1732. More than 100 years later, in the 19th century, the famous architect Semper who designed the Semper Opera in Dresden again Part of the Italian Renaissance style building was added to the north side. This Baroque palace is heavily curved, heavily carved, heavily decorated, and gorgeous. In the middle is a square square covering an area of 10,000 square meters. The palace buildings are surrounded by squares. The whole palace is surrounded by exquisite stone sculptures from top to bottom. The most beautiful is the statues of the bathing nymphs around the large fountain, which are enchanting and graceful. .
The Zwinger Palace is located to the south of the Theater Square, where King August of Saxon personally designed a flower hall building, and later built two wings and a veranda. The courtyard of the Zwinger Palace is a well-designed circular courtyard with a fountain and green space in the center. The buildings on both sides are symmetrical, and a harmonious arc-shaped veranda connects them together. The architect Popemann and the sculptor Permozer worked together to perfectly combine architectural design and character decoration, making it one of the many scenic spots in Dresden
Beautiful palace, great views, unique architecture, a particularly nice experience.
The Zwinger Palace was built in 1709 and is the most magnificent and spectacular ancient Baroque building complex in Dresden. It is the age of August of the "stronger". In order to decorate this building, many sculptors have created a large number of unparalleled sculptures for it. They are still one of the most important sights in Dresden, the capital of Saxony.
Located in the ancient German city of Dresden, the Zwinger Palace is a world-famous baroque architectural work of art. It was built in 1709 in the age of August "the strong". In order to decorate this building, many sculptors created a large number of unparalleled sculptures for it. The Zwinger Palace did not escape the fate of being bombed during World War II. In the 18 years after being razed to the ground, Dresz The people's persistent, cautious, steady and precise character made the reconstruction of Zwinger Palace a reality. During the reconstruction process, people tried their best to select building materials from the ruins of the Zwinger Palace, re-splicing them, plus accurate reproduction based on photos and design drawings, and basically restored Zwinger Palace in 1963. The original appearance. The Zwinger Palace that is now unfolding before us is so magnificent and magnificent, it makes people forget to return!