This is one of the most famous churches in Dresden. Originally called St. Nicholas Church to commemorate the patron saint of merchants, this church has always had a great political influence due to its location next to the old market. During the reform in 1989, it also became a settlement. This The church was burned down many times because of the government. It is now rebuilt, and there are still many burn marks from the appearance. There is a big pipe organ on the second floor, where every Wednesday and Sunday is sung by the children's choir, which is very famous. There is now an exhibition of church history pictures on the right side of the church, and an exhibition of German Nazi history on the left.
The Church of the Holy Cross of D'Esneston is very distinctive, indeed similar, and it is full of the kind of churchmen and women who are very specially dressed and really give a sense of calm
The Holy Cross Church is the largest church in Dresden. The exterior scene has a feeling of being burnt. It may be due to the traces of the bombing. The interior of the church is simple and unpretentious, but there is a special reverberation and sound space suitable for chorus. Chorus performances are often held here, and you can come and enjoy it if you have the opportunity.
The Kreuzkirche in Dresden is the largest church in the German city of Dresden. It was founded in the early 12th century and was officially dedicated to the Holy Cross on June 10, 1388. After 1491, it was burnt down 5 times and reopened in 1955. It has the famous Dresden Boys' Choir of the Holy Cross.
In the morning, I looked at the church of Santa Croce from a distance between the buildings. The appearance looked relatively simple. After watching the other attractions, I was a little tired, so I didn't specifically go to see it. It is said that there are concerts and evening prayers are also good.