At the intersection of Dresden's new market, the town's iconic building, Notre Dame Cathedral, stands. Built in 1726, it is exquisite and magnificent, with circular vaults, concave towers and a cross standing on the top of the church. It is 95 meters high, so that the people of the town are bathed in the light of the Virgin Mary. In 1745, the British and French allies attacked Dresden by air. Notre Dame Cathedral was destroyed. In 1994, the reunification of Germany began to be rebuilt. After 11 years, it was completed in 2005. The rebuilt churches are basically built as they are. The remnants are left in front of the newly built churches. 43 [%] The building materials come from the original ruins. The outer walls are irregularly embedded with black stones, forming a unique sense of vicissitudes and sadness. The interior is mainly pink Baroque style, the most beautiful of which is John & 183; Christian & 183; Figge's altar, with white marble as the base, with golden sculpture, showing luxurious and gorgeous beauty. If Notre Dame Cathedral is the most beautiful work of art, the altar is the essence of it.
Notre Dame Cathedral looks very simple outside without too many statues and other decorations, the whole is mainly white, as Dresden's symbolic building, it is so elegant and noble. The interior color of Notre Dame Church is mainly pink, pink and green, pink and blue, which is different from the heavy dark of traditional European churches. It will definitely refresh your ears.
Two passes through Notre Dame Church in Dresden, but unfortunately no visit was made. The church was destroyed by Allied forces in World War II and rebuilt after World War II. The black bricks in the new church are the bricks of the original Church - a city of rebirth of Nirvana, a respectable Dresden! Someone in front of the church was performing bubble performances with ropes. It happened that a picture was captured.
The Notre Dame Cathedral of King Bai Chengwang, the black part is the part left over from burning down, and the light yellow part should be the filling part after rebuilding. After decades of reconstruction, the old buildings have been slowly restored with a sense of vicissitudes.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame, Dresden's most famous landmark, is now seen rebuilt as it was after the war. Dresden, a beautiful city known as Florence on the Elbe River, failed to escape the baptism of war. Towards the end of World War II, Dresden was bombed by the Allies, representing the highest living standard in Europe at that time and the artistic atmosphere of Dresden was almost flattened. The wounds of this war have not yet been completely healed, and they can be seen everywhere in Germany, so "world peace" is not an empty wish. Dresden belonged to East Germany during the Cold War. Many of the buildings that had been destroyed had not been rebuilt, but had been replaced by some modern socialist buildings. Actually, I don't know clearly. I need to know more about it.
When I came to Dresden, I was attracted by the city's strong sense of historical vicissitudes. The architecture of the whole city has always caught my eye. Europe really opens people's eyes. Every place has its own amazing beauty. Notre Dame Church in Dresden was completely destroyed in the fighting, and it took many years to rebuild. It also symbolizes the hardships of war and the hard-won peace. Notre Dame Cathedral has a beautiful appearance, round vault, sandstone construction, very fond of the architectural style. It's a pity that Dresden is an extra self-funded project. We have not enough time to come here with the group. We can't visit it. It must be beautiful inside.
It's beautiful. Dresden is not a lot of attractions, but it's very atmospheric.
Notre Dame Church in Dresden is located in the New Market Square. All the buildings are surrounded by the Notre Dame Church (Frauenkirche) with stars holding the moon. The church, which arguably stood up from the ruins of the city, collapsed in the Allied bombing of 1945. The remnants of the rubble were preserved as a commemoration of the war in Democratic Germany. After the reunification of Germany, the people hoped to rebuild the landmark building. The restoration project received generous donations from the whole country of Germany, Britain, the United States, France and other parts of the world. The donations collected amounted to more than 100 million euros. People picked up reusable bricks from the ruins and, after 11 years, restored them to their original state. The restoration of Notre Dame Church is not only for Dresden, but also to heal the wounds of war in Europe. Hence, Notre Dame Church has since become a symbol of peace in the modern history of Germany and the world. Thus, we can now see that George Bohr was basically restored to his original design and construction from 1736 to 1743. The meticulous reconstruction restored the glory of the church. In addition to its historical significance, the Church of Notre Dame also plays an important role in music. The magnificent pipe organ in the church weighs 20 tons and is made by Strasbourg's pipe organ master Kane. Bach, the composer, also played in this church many times. As one of the most important Protestant churches, the Church of Notre Dame, which emerged from the ruins, shines brightly and charmingly. The circular dome glitters on the city's skyline.