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Frauenkirche

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Once one of Dresden's most famous cathedrals, this structure is currently undergoing a massive reconstruction project to repair the damage done by Allied bombings.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Georg-Treu-Platz 3 | Eingang G der Frauenkirche, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Innere Altstadt
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+49 351 65606100
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed September 19, 2014

The first time I was in Dresden was in 1991 when the Frauenkirche was still a pile of broken stone and ruins. On my return this year, seeing this amazing building standing again was enough to send chills down my spine. It was breathtaking and...More

4  Thank Drew K
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed January 25, 2013

I was a little disappointed with this famous church. The architecture is nothing special; it's just the history of the church's destruction and reconstruction (after almost 60 years) that is interesting. The church is so packed with spot lights, speakers and other technical equipment that...More

6  Thank vaya_con_dios_007
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Reviewed today

As the church was open when I walked by I decided to go in. Like all churches you get the feeling of peace when you enter. The restoration was stunning and the organ is one of the largest that I have seen. Well worth visiting

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I came to Dresden to run the Marathon - and of course I took the opportunity to discover the city. Usually I am not that much impressed by churches or cathedrals - but the Frauenkirche is really breathtaking. The main hall is already impressive -...More

Thank JensW170
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A massive structure, surrounded by historical town. Went there early in the morning, escaped the crowds. Zwinger palace is walking distance, so are the other sights in dresden. You can walk by the river, a really long waterfront affording the best views. Beautiful city.

Thank SumAvid
Reviewed 6 days ago

Dresden is on the river Elbe and its old town is stunningly beautiful, almost fully restored. It was neglected during its tenure as an East German city and little was done to restore the beautiful palaces and royal buildings but since reunification a great deal...More

Thank scouse1941
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not only is the church impressive but also its history is amazing. When you see pictures of how the ruin looked from 1945 until the 90ies it seems a miracle the building got reconstructed in the way it is. The ascent to the dome offers...More

Thank degebeh
Reviewed 1 week ago

The design of the Frauenkirche is unique but inside there is very little art, outside of the altar (which is very beautiful and makes the visit worthwhile). We attended an organ concert--good organ but not such good acoustics. We've been finding--after numerous organ concerts around...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

we went in here to listen to an organ concert... the round architecture was very beautiful and the interior was ethereal... quite lovely...

Thank caron868
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is unbelievable, but more than half a century after the Dresden bombing this signature building is back. It dominates the skyline of Dresden as in the centuries before. If you have the chance to visit the church or to take part in a service,...More

Thank andreaswR1808EO
Reviewed 1 week ago

This church was located on the square where my hotel was so I could not unvoid to see this gorgeus church. In the front of the church of course matter in when direction You come from there was a Martin Luther statue. Have been restored...More

Thank Baross
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful from the outside and beautiful and very different to many ornate churches inside. Not what I was expecting for a Lutheran / protestant church in Germany but beautiful. History was interesting given it was only recently rebuilt after the 1945 RAF incendiary bombing. Well...More

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marilgens
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Response from Falk B | Reviewed this property |
There are multiple parking building throughout the city, all in walking distance to the Frauenkirche, please follow the parking signs, on April 14th there is church service, but no visiting opportunity. On April 17th... More
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