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Old March 30th, 2015, 09:32 PM   #4841
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Hello,

and you can go around over the Neumarkt even now from home

Here some pictures with the link to the Panorama on ouer Webplattform Arstempano. Now you can go from Hotspot to Hotspot or the red points in the map in all the streets and places in the old Town including Stallhof and Brühlsche Terrasse. The Zwinger and the "Innere Neustadt" are coming in the next weeks. The Fotos are taken in 2012 and 2014. In the next month we will produce Infocards with Informations over the buildings. When the next Buliding is finish we make an Update. Sorry for my english, but I hope it is possible to understand.

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Link to Töpferstraße/Frauenkirche



Link to Schlossplatz/Napoleonstein





Link to Theaterplatz by Night



Link to Taschenbergpalais



Link to Kanzleigässchen/Relief Palucca



Link to Roßapotheke/Südeingang Stallhof



Link to British Hotel



Link to Landhaus



Link to Heinrich Schütz Haus / Köhlersches Haus



Link to Rampische Strasse 25-33



Link to Kurländer Palais



Link to Rampische Str./Schießgasse



Link to Kunsthalle/Georg-Treu-Platz / Eingang Festung Dresden



Link to Stallhof Dresden / Osteingang



Link to Georgentor/Durchfahrt
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Old March 31st, 2015, 06:18 AM   #4842
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Really quite wonderful
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Old April 2nd, 2015, 03:48 PM   #4843
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Those are Stalin Style city owned apartments for middle income tenants here in downtown. Since the city is booming there are almost no apartments available. The major is against reconstruction. The buildings destroyed were from the 1890`s and the city has no financial pressure to privatize those houses, full with voters.
Here is a thread dealing with the buildings that were along Wildruffer Strasse prior to 1945:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1607530

I personally find some of them quite interesting, particularly the one on the NW corner of Moritz-Strasse and Koenig-Johann-Strasse.
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Old April 9th, 2015, 12:28 AM   #4844
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Does anyone know when the Jüdenhof will be finished?
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Old April 16th, 2015, 08:48 PM   #4845
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Neumarkt Dresden Quartier VII/2 - aktuell 24.03.2015





























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Old April 16th, 2015, 08:50 PM   #4846
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Neumarkt Quartier IV/3 - Friesengasse/ Landhausstraße - aktuell 25.03.2015













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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:41 PM   #4847
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I have visited Dresden only once, back in 1991 when this area was still a bare open wasteland of a space, with the heap of blackened rubble that used to be the Frauenkirche at its centre. I'll never forget the sense of melancholy that place had, the air was heavy with the tragedy of history.

I am delighted to see that depressing sight is no more and has been changed beyond all recognition, so am eager to return when the work is finished. This progress is truly remarkable and a real inspiration, showing what can be done where will power (and funding of course!) can be found to regain what has been lost. Time and again we are told 'what has gone is gone' and can't be replaced, but Dresden triumphantly appears to be proving otherwise.
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Old April 18th, 2015, 11:40 PM   #4848
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When will Jüdenhof be finished?
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Old April 20th, 2015, 12:46 AM   #4849
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When will Jüdenhof be finished?
Now, I spend an half hour looking the german forum, (They have 136 Threats for Dresden alone, not included pictures and there is also a second forum) and have had trouble finding that info with so much to read What I found is 2017 as date for tenants to move in. In late 2016 the first Coffee shops could start moving chairs.
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Old April 20th, 2015, 01:17 PM   #4850
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Now, I spend an half hour looking the german forum, (They have 136 Threats for Dresden alone, not included pictures and there is also a second forum) and have had trouble finding that info with so much to read What I found is 2017 as date for tenants to move in. In late 2016 the first Coffee shops could start moving chairs.
Thanks. This will to me be the last part missing before I will go there .
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 02:21 AM   #4851
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You can clearly see the bombed out ruins of the Kaiserpalast here:




And before the war:



http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirnaischer_Platz
Wolfpaw, you have provided the identification of a neighborhood I've been trying to identify since I saw an old photo of it - days and days ago. Thank you so very much!
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 12:31 PM   #4852
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The first photo I ever saw of Dresden was similar to one of those above, featuring the shell of the devastated Kaiserpalast prominently, an image that stayed with me, so much that I was disappointed not to be able to locate the building when I visited Dresden in 1991, but was hardly surprised to find it had long gone.

I wonder what the chances are of it too making a comeback when the Neumarkt is finished? I have my doubts, given that the Kaiserpalast was such a florid essay in heavily ornamented Neo-Baroque, therefore an extremely costly undertaking with that riot of carved stonework, and also in a style that many are dismissive of. But then given what an imposing landmark it was, on a currently empty plot close to the edge of the Neumarkt, dare we dream or hope....?
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 02:04 PM   #4853
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In 1987 on my first trip to Dresden, the thought of rebuilding the Neumarkt was laughed at. There is always hope, especially when the empty lots remain empty. Once new construction takes over, it is a long, long time before a tear down and renovation may occur.

I've seen some plans for developing the Pirnaischerplatz but none have included rebuilding the Kaiserpalast. It will take a "movement" similar to that for the Frauenkirche, I suspect.
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 04:18 PM   #4854
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Maybe it wouldn't be that hard to make those ornaments. Chinese printed a house few months ago, I guess we could use 3D printers to print ornaments.
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 06:42 PM   #4855
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Maybe it wouldn't be that hard to make those ornaments. Chinese printed a house few months ago, I guess we could use 3D printers to print ornaments.
Yes, making the exterior finishes would be reasonably easy to obtain. It is getting the designs and architectural plans produced that would be the more difficult part.

People are funny. You can walk through any of several newly built, modern, highly appointed hotels and restaurants and other retail venues in Dresden (or Berlin etc), and the artwork dominating the walls are photographs of buildings like Kaiserpalast and Frauenkirche, etc. Clearly more interesting and pleasing than the new constructions, but developers and planners are so afraid to 'go back'.
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 07:49 PM   #4856
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 11:37 PM   #4857
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Yes, making the exterior finishes would be reasonably easy to obtain. It is getting the designs and architectural plans produced that would be the more difficult part.

People are funny. You can walk through any of several newly built, modern, highly appointed hotels and restaurants and other retail venues in Dresden (or Berlin etc), and the artwork dominating the walls are photographs of buildings like Kaiserpalast and Frauenkirche, etc. Clearly more interesting and pleasing than the new constructions, but developers and planners are so afraid to 'go back'.
People are fools, I'd say. I don't understand why is reconstruction of the buildings such a big deal. I have a feeling that Germans think of their modern cities as punishment for what their ancestors did. Maybe I got it all wrong, but if I'm not, I think it's just STUPID to punish yourself just because of your ancestors' crimes.
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Old April 24th, 2015, 07:54 PM   #4858
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Some of you might find it interesting, that Disney artists/designers almost completely copied the Dresden Zwinger as the royal palace in the new life action Cinderella movie:





The just gave the Zwinger an additional floor and copy pasted the Kronentor tower here on there on the roofline.

Kronentor:
Dresden, Zwinger Kronentor by Polybert49, on Flickr
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People are fools, I'd say. I don't understand why is reconstruction of the buildings such a big deal. I have a feeling that Germans think of their modern cities as punishment for what their ancestors did. Maybe I got it all wrong, but if I'm not, I think it's just STUPID to punish yourself just because of your ancestors' crimes.
Maybe there is a psychological component as well, but can't the answer simply be 'money'? I have no idea about the costs involved in a full reconstruction, but I am guessing it will be a lot more than a simple, modern design - especially if the reconstruction is to be done faithfully.
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The just gave the Zwinger an additional floor and copy pasted the Kronentor tower here on there on the roofline.
They have also rotated the pavilions and added a curve to the connecting galleries. Nicely done, and also good news for the Zwinger as, according to this article (in German) Disney paid 'a very nice amount' in licensing fees.
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