Dresden, a city famous among tourist for its mesmerizing views, it is in the capital of eastern Germany.
Dresden is the customary capital of Saxony and the third biggest city in eastern Germany after Berlin and Leipzig.
It lies in the expansive bowl of the Elbe River amongst Meissen and Pirna, 19 miles 30 km north of the Czech outskirt and 100 miles 160 km south of Berlin.
Various parks and social landmarks exist along the Elbe's course, especially a steel connect 1891– 93, a link railroad 1898– 1901, and a funicular 1894– 95.
The Elbe valley around the city was assigned a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004, however, the development of a four-path connect over the stream made UNESCO renounce the assignment in 2009.
Their first musical show house was the Opernhaus am Taschenberg, opened in 1667.