Dresden, GermanyThe Florence of the North
Der Zwinger
Der Zwinger
Der Kronentor
Kurt Vonnegut was in Dresden whenit was bombed in 1945, and wrote a       famous anti-war novel,   Slaughterhouse Five, in...
Elbe River
Semperoper
Frauenkirche
Moritzburg Schloss
Der FuerstenzugParade of Sachsen Kings
Meissen, near Dresden
Meissen porcelain or Meissen china isthe first European hard-paste porcelainthat was developed from 1708 byEhrenfried Walt...
Blue Onion Design
Meissen Porcelan Its signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect its production; the mark of the...
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  1. 1. Dresden, GermanyThe Florence of the North
  2. 2. Der Zwinger
  3. 3. Der Zwinger
  4. 4. Der Kronentor
  5. 5. Kurt Vonnegut was in Dresden whenit was bombed in 1945, and wrote a famous anti-war novel, Slaughterhouse Five, in 1969.In December 1944, Vonnegut was captured by the Germanarmy and became a prisoner of war. In Slaughterhouse Five,he describes how he narrowly escaped death a few months later in the firebombing of Dresden. "Yes, by your people [the English], may I say," he insists. "You guys burnt the place down, turned it into a single column of flame. More people died there in the firestorm, in that one big flame, than died in Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined.”
  6. 6. Elbe River
  7. 7. Semperoper
  8. 8. Frauenkirche
  9. 9. Moritzburg Schloss
  10. 10. Der FuerstenzugParade of Sachsen Kings
  11. 11. Meissen, near Dresden
  12. 12. Meissen porcelain or Meissen china isthe first European hard-paste porcelainthat was developed from 1708 byEhrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus.After his death that October, JohannFriedrich Böttger, continued his work andbrought porcelain to the market, and hehas often been credited with theinvention. The production of porcelain atMeissen, near Dresden, started in 1710and attracted artists and artisans toestablish one of the most famousporcelain manufacturers, still in businesstoday as Staatliche Porzellan-ManufakturMeissen.
  13. 13. Blue Onion Design
  14. 14. Meissen Porcelan Its signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect its production; the mark of the crossed swords is one of the oldest trademarks in existence.

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