Anyway, I can’t finish taking pictures of this long mural. It’s a hundred meters long and tall porcelain murals. It feels like a Beijing Nine Dragon Wall, but it’s much larger in scale and looks more primitive. Fortunately, one wall was not damaged during the war.
Next to the Frauenkirche in Dresden, there is a more than 100-meter-long mural wall. The wall shows a giant painting fired on 24,000 Meissen tiles. The painting traces the history of the Wetting dynasty of the Kingdom of Saxony. 35 monarchs, depicting the statues of the princes of Saxony on horseback, as well as 93 people including scientists, citizens, and soldiers. At the end of the two wars, Dresden was blown to ruins, but the mural was preserved intact, which is a miracle.
Dresden’s mild climate, suitable urban construction location, and exquisite Baroque architecture on the Elbe have earned Dresden the reputation of "Florence on the Elbe". For 60 years in history, the Dresden metropolitan area (including nearby suburbs) was the fourth largest metropolitan area in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne.