The New Market Square is the most important square in Dresden. This square has a history of more than 200 years. The ground on the square is paved with small stones, which has a very ancient European flavor. The market on the square sells a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables on weekdays. Many citizens come here to purchase, which is very down-to-earth.
The Neumarkt Square is a central square in the Old Town of Dresden, next to the Frauenkirche. The square was completely destroyed in the bombing of Dresden, and almost completely destroyed by the bombing in World War II. After the reunification of the two Germanys, the new market was revised and restored to its pre-war style.
The reconstructed square is very beautiful, and the surrounding buildings are also very stylish, with German craftsmanship.
The scenery around the square is very good. There are many old-fashioned buildings that are beautiful.