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Posts tagged: Dresden

Posts tagged: Dresden

How I became Germany’s panorama painter

The historic skill of painting huge panoramas is being reborn in Germany

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Andrew Eames

Dresden’s time will come

The Saxon capital is a lovely weekend destination – if you can get there.

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The beauty of a local museum

Brian Starbuck writes about his experience of Mittweida’s Alte Pfarrhäuser in Saxony

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Mein Gott! Zey are fallink in love wiz us!

Barbara Geier detects a surprising new romance in the air

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The Christmas markets are open for business

The Christmas markets are open for business

They’re everywhere, they’re gorgeous, and they’re definitely worth the experience.

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There’s nobody here but us Saxons

Brian Starbuck shares his experience of holidaymaking in a part of Germany where Brits rarely go.

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line of paddlesteamers by Dresden

Germany Holidays: Dresden’s paddlesteamers

A carefully preserved fleet of paddlesteamers work the Elbe from Dresden, on routes that provide the basis for several scenic day trips.

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freeclimbing Saxon Switzerland

Germany Holidays: Saxon Switzerland

Visually dramatic and easily accessible from the city of Dresden, Saxon Switzerland nevertheless remains surprisingly little known outside the climbing community.

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Christstollen or just Stollen from Dresden ?? wiki

Stollen, Germany’s Christmas cake

Germany’s sumptuous Christmas cake is a refined version of a 500 year old recipe that had to have the approval of the Pope.

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Andrew Eames

Do we need to feel guilty about Germany’s city centres?

Cologne is a good example of how you shouldn’t judge a city by its appearances

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