Built in 1680, the Palais im Großen Garten, also referred to as summer or garden palace, is a baroque pleasure palace - one of the earliest baroque buildings in the German-speaking world. His appearance is now restored; the reconstruction of the interior of the building is not yet complete. At the moment, it can only be used to a limited extent for exhibitions.
The flower and floristry exhibition "Dresdner Frühling im Palais" has attracted tens of thousands of visitors to the palace since 2006. Gardeners, florists, artists and lighting and sound designers have since then created a total work of art made up of colors, shapes and scents every two years.
Source and more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_im_Großen_Garten
Website of the "Dresdner Frühling im Palais": dresdner-fruehling-im-palais.de
December 18, 2016
The palace in the Great Garden, also known as the summer or garden palace, is a baroque pleasure palace in Dresden that was built from 1679. It is located in the Großer Garten, an extensive green area on the edge of the city center. Many events also take place here grosser-garten-dresden.de/de/veranstaltungen-ausstellungen
September 23, 2020
The historical building service as a central element in the Great Garden, all central axes run towards it. As an ensemble embedded in a landscape of flowers, gardens and ponds, the palace unfolds its visual charms, especially during the warm season.
January 18, 2021
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