Survived both the High Explosives and the Cookies, so go and see it. Adjacent to the Schloss.....which didn't fare so well.
About Procession of Princes
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The parade of the princes of Dresden, with the later ones this week (late 19th-century and later?) behind scaffolding. Impressive as decoration, even if the names mean nothing to you.
This is amazing piece of art as it shows you whole history of Saxony in one picture. Yes, you have to know more about each ruler to get the story right (or have a good guide) but then you do it's so much fun! I...More
This was not my priority of things to do but after listening to our live guide, I'd encourage everyone to not just look but go with a guide who puts life to the printed material. I'm sorry but I can't remember the guide's name. He's...More
This mural is a drawing on 23.000 individual tiles produced in nearby Meissen between 1904 and 1907. It gives an overview of 93 different people of which 35 noblemen (princes, dukes, margraves and kings) over a length of 102 meters.The procession shows all the rulers...More
Our walking tour took us here and explain some of the mural here. i don't think i'll get anything without a guide explaining. but it's one of the spot from the movie grand budapest hotel. so i definitely took a picture here :D
After plenty of hype I was expecting something more, although I'm not sure exactly what. This is a very large mural, some 400 feet long, depicting a Saxon parade of Princes. Quite well done and occupying almost the full length of the street, it is...More
Walking around Dresden, you are bound to pass this painting. You will need a guide or book to explain all the persons on display.