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Der Reiseweg führt weiter nach Freiberg/Sa. und Dresden



 

 













Neumarkt square with the Frauenkirche



...around the Frauenkirche                      Rampsche Gasse

Münzgasse (in the background

the tower of the city hall)

 



...at the Coselpalais                                     Coselpalais at the                                                                          Frauenkirche



Frauenkirche and the cupola of the Academy of Fine Arts ("lemon squeezer")



"Blaues Wunder" (blue miracle) bridge and the Loschwitz heights

 


 Brühl's Terrace at 6 o'clock a.m.




Staircase to Brühl's Terrace


 


Hofgärtnerhaus (court gardener house): Hotel on Brühl's terrace


 

 Hofgärtnerhaus (court gardener house) - vis-a-vis the Albertinum museum

- my room is the one with open window.


                                              staircase


 

Monuments at Brühl's Terrace


Johann Friedrich Böttger                                Caspar David Friedrich

(inventor of the European porcelain)              (painter of romanticism,

                                                                            42  years in Dresden)




View from the Augustus bridge (fom left to right): Hofkirche (court church), Gemäldegalerie (Old Masters Gallery), "Italienisches Dörfchen" Restaurant, Semper opera



from left to right: Georgenbau (Castle), Hausmannsturm (Castle), Hofkirche (court church)



Semper opera (left: part of the Old Masters Gallery)




"Italienische Dörfchen" restaurant



Castle viewed from East

 


Procession of Princes (Wettin rulers on Meissen porcelain tiles at the castle)



Stallhof (stable yard of the castle)




Jägerhof (hunters yard): Museum of Saxon folk art


Bust of Oskar Seyffert, founder of the museum



Landhaus (state house): City Museum



Landhaus (state house): City Museum

Christian Gottfried Körner (left), Friedrich Schiller (right)


"Ode to Joy" 1875 originated in Dresden:

Text: Schiller, Music: Körner (later Beethoven)



Erich Kästner: born 1899 in Dresden              Autobiography 1957


Bronze bust at the villa Augustin at Albert´s square



Zwinger:  Crown gate



Zwinger: Rampart pavillon with carillon of Meissen porcelain



Zwinger: Inner yard (view from Old Masters Gallery towards the Crown gate)
























Pillnitz Castle

 


Pillnitz Castle:water palace at the Elbe



Pillnitz Castle: court kitchen



Pillnitz Castle: Triton gondola



Pillnitz Castle: Mountain palace



Moritzburg Castle



Moritzburg Castle:  View on the rear side of the Castle



Moritzburg Castle. View from the Castle towards Moritzburg locality



See you, Dresden !





Spa building


View from the landmark mountain Merkur (668 m above sea level), can be reached with a funicular railway

-View to southwest on Baden-Baden (180 m above sea level) in the background the Rhine plain and all in the haze behind it the Vosges (Alsace/France)


-View to southeast to the district Lichtental and the Black Forest Mountains


Stones from Roman times


In the picture: at the museum "Römische Badruinen” [Roman bath ruins], at the Friedrichsbad

-Around 75 to 260 A.D. Roman settlement "Aquae" with thermal spa facilities


Spa building

In the picture:

from left to right: concert shell, Dorint-Hotel, Kurhaus restaurant, Kurhaus event halls, casino

Under the picture:  

The spa building was built in the 19 th century by the Karlsruhe architect Friedrich Weinbrenner.


 Spa building

 Under the picture: The candelabras are powered by gas.


Pump room

In the picture: Bust of Emperor Wilhelm I

Under the picture: The pump room was built in 1839 by the architect Heinrich  Hübsch.


Under the picture: The thermal water of Baden-Baden is up to 68° C hot. As it naturally contains arsenic, it is no longer allowed to be drunk today.


Colonnades

2 shopping arcades at the Spa building, built in 1864 according to the Parisian model.


Opened in 1862 with the specially composed opera "Béatrice et Bénédict" by Hector Berlioz


Festival hall

In the picture: Left part: wardrobe, center: entrance area with cash desk, right part: restaurant "Aida" and "Toccarion"

Under the picture: Opened in 1998 with a concert of the "World Orchestra for Peace" under Valery Gergiev.

Old railway station (main entrance, ticket offices, cloakrooms, restaurant "Aida" and "Toccarion" (children's music world))

behind it: hall for up to 2600 visitors with stage for concerts, operas, balls, television recordings

Festival hall

In the picture left: Festival hall, right: Older railway station entrance area

Under the picture: Orchestras: Berlin, Vienna and Munich Philharmonic Orchestras, Saxon State Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductors: Valery Gergiew, Simon Rattle, Christian Thielemann, Kent Nagano, Claudio Abado

Singers: Anna Netrebko, Cecilia Bartoli, Jonas Kaufmann

Soloists: Anne-Sofie Mutter, Martha Agerich, Lang Lang, Mischa Mayski, Hilary Hahn, András Schiff,

Hélène Grimeau, Evgeny Kissin, Maurizio Pollini, Krystian Zimerman

Operas: Fidelio, Cosi fan tutte, Parsifal, Tosca, Magic Flute, Aida, Rosenkavalier

Ballet: Mariinsky Theatre (St. Petersburg), John Neumeier (Hamburg)

         

Pop: Bob Dylan, Nigel Kennedy, Sting, Udo Jürgens, Max Raabe 


Festival hall

Under the picture: Entrance area with cash desk

  

(Ticket counter of the old railway station) 


Pedestrian zone

Under the picture left: at the Town Hall, Bismarck Monument

  

Under the picture right: Town Hall 



Pedestrian zone

Under the picture left: old pharmacy to the court

  

Under the picture right: fashion department store WAGENER 


Augusta square

Under the picture left: Fountains in front of the house Gagarin (right)

Ground floor: Restaurant "Rizzi", 1 st floor: registry office Baden-Baden

in the background: one tower of the protestant town church. 

Under the picture right: Colour Time Clock (the black circle turns) 


Villa Roosevelt (Kaiser-Wilhelm-Straße 1)

Under the picture: Built in 1886 for a nephew of 26 th US President Theodore Roosevelt.

  

before 1945: seat of the Gestapo, after 1945: seat of the French secret service, since 1950: changing private ownership 


View of the old town

Under the picture: from the Michaelsberg [Michael’s mountain]: Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church] and Merkur mountain 


View of the old town

Under the picture: from the theatre: Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church] and Neues Schloss [New Palace], behind it: the Battert-rocks 


Old town



Staffeln (150 stairs within the city)



Friedrich spa

Under the picture left: in the background: Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church]

  

Under the picture right: Dome above the entrance 



Caracalla Spa

Thermal bath with wellness and fitness area built in 1985 (named after the Roman emperor Caracalla) 



View of the old town

Under the picture: New Palace and Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church] (right: Caracalla Spa) 



New Palace

Next to the picture on the top right: Palace of the Margraves of Baden since 14th century, 2003 sold by the House Baden to a

Kuwaiti group of companies that promised to furnish a luxury hotel

(to this day without success).

Under the picture above right: Main entrance closed

Below the picture below left: Side to the Palace park

         

Under the picture right: Gargoyle



View above the old town

 Under the picture: Viewing terrace next to the New Palace: Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church] and Black Forest Mountains 



Lichtentaler Avenue

Above the picture: 2.3 km along the Oos river between the spa building and the Lichtenthal Convent Park and popular promenade since the 19 th century 


Lichtentaler Avenue

Under the picture: Frieder Burda Museum (temporary exhibitions of modern art, often from the Frieder Burda Collection) 


Lichtentaler Avenue: Gönner plant (rose garden) 


Lichtentaler Avenue

Picture top left: Dahlia garden

Picture bottom left: Brenner’s Park-hotel (No. 1 in Baden-Baden)

Picture above right: Bridge over the Oos river at the Gönner plant

    

Picture left below: Fountain with stones from the thermal springs 


Lichtentaler Avenue

Picture left above: Water ouzel in the Oos river

Picture left below: Palais Biron (Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

Picture rechts above: Tulip tree with blossom

    

Picture left below: Villa Schriever (Depot Museum Frieder Burda) 


Lichtentaler Avenue


Lichtentaler Avenue in the snow


Lichtenthal Convent            Cistercian convent since 1245 until today


above left: Inner courtyard with convent building

below left: Inner courtyard

  

Picture right: Court entrance gate 

Old Palace and Battert-rocks

rechts oben: Old palace "Hohenbaden Palace"

Since 12 th century palace of the Margraves of Baden

1479 Residence relocated to the New Palace

1599 destroyed by fire and unrebuilt

below right: Battert-rocks: Climbing and nature conservation area 


Fountains with thermal water

Picture left: Fountain at the Hotel "Badischer Hof"

  

Picture right: Heron fountain in the Sophienstraße 


Smaller churches and the synagogue

Above left: Russian Orthodox Church

Top center: Romanian Orthodox Church

above right: Old Catholic Church

below left: Johanniskirche [St. John's Church] (Protestant Lutheran)

     

below right: Synagogue] 


Statues, busts and monuments


Rose Novelty Garden

View of the Merkur (left mountain) 


Lichtental (suburb of Baden-Baden) 

Lichtenthal Convent (long roof) in the background the Black Forest Mountains, which partly belong to the city area 


"Paradies" [paradise] (waterworks on the Annaberg) 

View of the Stiftskirche [Collegiate Church] and (right) the New Palace















 

 

 

 






















































































 

 

 

 









 




 


















 

















































 






 








 






















 















































 

 

 

 








 

















 





 






















 







 

 

 

 

























































 













 























 

 

 

 











































 
































 

































 

 

 

 













 

 

 

 











 

 

























 


















 




 








 
















 








 








 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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