Brühl’s terrace and fortress Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Under the world-famous Brühl Terrace, which was made accessible to the public in 1814 and is also known as the “balcony of Europe”, reveals the testimony of a period that is often overlooked in addition to baroque illuminated lights. Stonebacks of the Renaissance invite you to take a tour.
The seemingly underground fortress is an attraction for all who want to explore Dresden from a different perspective. You can see the last existing city gate of the Saxon residence, the oldest surviving stone bridge in Dresden, growth chambers and artillery courtyards and spectacular river walks.
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