The only local church with a size, the building is very high and the decorative night inside has a religious connotation. Recommended visit.
It feels like many European cities have their own cathedrals, just like our CBD, everywhere.
The Dresden Frauenkirche is known as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world and can be called the symbol and city emblem of Dresden. The Church of Our Lady was destroyed in the Second World War, but it was rebuilt with donations from all over the world between 1994 and 2005. It is a civilian church and a symbol of national understanding.
The Dresden Frauenkirche is 95 meters high and was built in 1726. It took 17 years to complete. It is a Baroque building comparable to St. Paul's Cathedral in London. It has the most beautiful roof in the world-a bell-shaped stone dome.
This church is closely related to Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672), the greatest German composer of the seventeenth century. He is buried in this church. Of course it is in the old one. It is a pity that it was destroyed when the new church was built. Less than 40 years after Martin Luther's death, Schütz was born. He gave great artistic achievements to the music of the German Protestant Church. Regarding Schütz, he actually studied law at the beginning. When he was a church choir singer at the age of 13, he was discovered by the Earl of Hessen-Kassel and funded his research in different fields of music. In 1609, he went to Venice, where he spent three years studying music. It can be said that he is a very talented musician. He also uses all the gifts God has given him to church music: 500 works handed down by him-almost all composed according to the Luther Bible. The Seven Words on the Death of Jesus Christ, written in 1645, can be said to be one of his best works, but it was a pity that he had not been able to perform it until his death, and it was not published until 1873.
Dresden, the capital and royal residence of Saxony's Elector and King, is a Lutheran church. The early church architecture was Catholic until it became Protestant during the Reformation.
Rebuilt after the war as it was, completed in 2005, a must-do in the old town of Dresden
The building is very beautiful, a good place to take pictures, like 👍.
Preston_Dominguez: Georg-Treu-Platz 3 | Eingang G der Frauenkirche, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
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