Dresden: Most Famous Palace Walk OL
- 20 US dollars$20
How did the high society partied in the 18th century? Well, not at home - they built their dedicated locations. In Dresden you find the Zwinger Palace right next to the castle. Huge festivities were taking place here in the early 18th century. This building complex with gardens, richly decorated pavilions and galleries lined with balustrades, figures and vases bear witness to the magnificence during the reign "August the Strong" and the claim to power he expressed through it. And do you know why he was called August the Strong? Why he spend so much effort to create such a party location? Join the tour, discover the Zwinger palace, and hear more about the live style of the 18th century. And why is this lovely location called Zwinger anyways (latin for fortification)? Join the tour, be surprised. Ask questions or listen in!
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