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Fürstenzug

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  • Karin

    100 m long porcelain mural depicting the rulers of the Princely House Wettin between 1127 and 1873 in Saxony

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    • September 2, 2018

  • Timber

    Not to be missed and historically a real highlight. Especially at night it is twice as great when lighting.

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    • June 4, 2019

  • Dietmar

    The Fürstenzug in Dresden is a larger than life picture of a cavalcade, applied to around 23,000 tiles from Meissen porcelain.

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    • April 14, 2018

  • NoWaElke

    Be sure to watch the prince train at night. Worth seeing without souvenir stands and the masses of tourists.

    "The Fürstenzug in Dresden is a larger-than-life picture of an equestrian procession, applied to around 23,000 tiles made of Meissen porcelain. The 102 meter long work of art, which is the largest porcelain mural in the world, represents the ancestral gallery of the 34 margraves, dukes, electors who ruled in Saxony between 1127 and 1873 and kings from the family of the Princely House Wettin. "
    Source: Wikipedia

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    • May 17, 2019

  • PeterStar

    A very long work of art which one must necessarily take in the picture. Tole photo motif.

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    • July 17, 2019

  • Tommy

    Very impressive and absolutely to be admired

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    • July 28, 2019

  • Thomas29

    The Fürstenzug vividly shows all the patriarchs in the history of Saxony. For all history buffs the visit of the Fürstenzug and the castle is a must.

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    • December 11, 2019

  • Dolle

    A public work of great importance.

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    • October 18, 2019

  • Mike

    Historically very interesting, everyone should have a look. It's best to take a guided tour.

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    • February 9, 2020

  • Holger

    The highest porcelain art from Meissen

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    • February 14, 2020

  • MrLebies

    A video of the Fürstenzug is below

    To see.

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    • June 13, 2020

  • JR56

    The prince procession in Dresden
    They ruled Saxony: The 35 margraves, dukes, electors and kings of the Wettins are shown together on the 102 meter long picture. The special feature: It consists of 23,000 tiles made of Meissen porcelain, making it the largest porcelain picture in the world. The Fürstenzug fills the entire Augustusstrasse between the Georgentor and the Johanneum and is so detailed that you can look at it for a long time and discover a lot.
    dresden.sehenswuerdigungen-online.de/sehenswuerdheiten/fuerstenzug.html

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    • August 24, 2020

  • Anke 🤗

    Absolutely worth seeing 👍🏻

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    • September 1, 2020

  • 🚶‍♀️🐩 Rebecca 🏃‍♀️🚴‍♀️

    The prince's procession in Dresden is a larger than life picture of a cavalry procession, applied to around 23,000 tiles made of Meissen porcelain. The 102 meter long work of art, considered to be the largest porcelain mural in the world, depicts the ancestral gallery of the 34 margraves, dukes, electors and kings from the dynasty of the Wettin dynasty who ruled Saxony between 1127 and 1873.

    The Fürstenzug is located on Augustusstrasse, not far from the Frauenkirche, between Georgentor on one side and the Johanneum on the other. Here it was installed in its current form in 1907 on the outside of the stable courtyard of the Dresden Residenzschloss.

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    • June 15, 2020

  • Ri Na

    Very impressive, I also know Hanfried from Jena

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    • August 8, 2020

  • FullyMax

    Simply impressive, this picture 👍🏻😃

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    • June 15, 2020

  • Boguslawa

    Here you just have to stand still and let this wall sink in

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    • August 17, 2020

  • Rollmops unterwegs in Sachsen

    The Saxon rulers shown in their historical sequence. Standard for every visitor to Dresden.

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    • January 19, 2021

  • Nancy 😗 🥾🚶‍♀️⛰ 🚴‍♀️

    The prince's procession in Dresden is a larger-than-life picture of a cavalcade, applied to around 23,000 tiles made of Meissen porcelain. The 102 meter long work of art, considered to be the largest porcelain mural in the world, depicts the ancestral gallery of the 34 margraves, dukes, electors and kings from the dynasty of the Wettin dynasty who ruled Saxony between 1127 and 1873.

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    • January 25, 2021

  • Wieby 1978 🚲 🥾 🧗🏼‍♀️ 👩🏼

    Impressive work of art made of porcelain and very interesting 😊

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    • August 11, 2020

  • Frau Kaschperl

    Reading the names of the princes is entertaining for young and old

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    • November 16, 2020

  • Birgit Koniczek

    Tip for families - a city tour with a difference, so it's also fun for the children: a scavenger hunt with riddles through Dresden, past all the important sights of the old town. Available on the Internet at stadtspiel-schnitzeljagd.de and in a shop in Dresden (more details on the website).
    The set costs around 30, - but is worth every penny! Our son thought it was great that he was able to lead us from one point to the other using the solved puzzles and we enjoyed the small private city tour.

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    • November 17, 2020

  • Romy 🚴‍♀️ ⛷🤸‍♀️ 🚶‍♀️

    A great highlight on the way to the stable yard.

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    • March 6, 2021

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