Visitors to the Museum of Zoology in the Zwinger are brought face to face with the animal kingdom. Quite literally. Alongside ... More
Museum of Zoology (Museum für Tierkunde)
Visitors to the Museum of Zoology in the Zwinger are brought face to face with the animal kingdom. Quite literally. Alongside a fascinating exhibition dealing with the habitats and lives of a host of different species (including fish, snakes and mammals), visitors are suddenly confronted by a wild cat with only a pane of glass between them. Other interesting parts of the museum include a display about preservation techniques and a section allowing visitors to look inside the animal.
A Mecca for technology fans, the Technische Sammlungen Dresden provides a fascinating journey through the world of electronics, data processing,
photography, mathematics and home entertainment. Visitors are encouraged not just to look, but also to take part in experiments ...
With some 600 books to his name, Polish author Jozef Ignacy Kraszewski was one of the world's most productive writers.
His former home in Dresden (from 1873 79) has now been turned into a museum which offers an insight ...
Just like the rest of the city centre, Dresden's busiest shopping street was reduced to rubble in the Second World
War. Redesigned and rebuilt between 1965 78, Prager Straße is no longer pretty, but with numerous shops, department stores, ...
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