Entering the auditorium, I was shocked by the semicircular inner courtyard on the fifth floor. The Roman dome, frescoes, golden chandeliers, and red floor seats create an unforgettable environment, which is equivalent to the shocking effect of the Vienna Golden Hall.
The Sepa Opera House is one of the highlights of the famous buildings in the city of Dresden. With a neo-renaissance style, it is also one of the most magnificent opera houses in Europe. Especially the acoustics of its performance halls are well-known all over the world.
The Semperoper (German: Semperoper) is a theater building located in the center of the old town of Dresden, the cultural center of Germany. It is the resident of the Sächsischen Staatsoper, one of the most famous opera houses in the world. The theater was basically destroyed by bombing in February 1945, and it was rebuilt again in 1977. It reopened on February 13, 1985, 40 years after the end of World War II. The repertoire was Weber's opera "Freedom Shooter".
Next to the Zwinger Palace is the Sepa Opera House, whose predecessor was the Semper Opera House founded by August II in 1718, which is also part of his Dresden cultural revitalization plan
The Sepa Opera House is known as the most beautiful opera house in Germany. When we went, we were just in time for the opera house to have performances, so it was not open to visit, but in May it was their local music festival and there was a stand on the square. The white grand piano, melodious and beautiful music sounded in the square, attracting tourists coming and going!
Preston_Dominguez: Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Frauenkirche,Dresden Castle,Dresdner Zwinger - Porzellansammlung,Green Vault,Dreik nigskirche