International Workers’ day in Dresden

While I was studying in Regensburg (Germany), I spent a lot of time with other students who were also grantees of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) like me. Thank to KAS I attended many seminars across the whole Germany and took part in many activities that my grantee-group organized in Regensburg. It was in April 2009 when we decided to travel to Dresden in order to celebrate the International Workers’ day there.

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I didn’t know what to expect from Dresden. Each of the girls prepared something about significant sights in Dresden which is why we did not hire a professional guide. The weather was nice and Dresden took my heart in no time.

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We spent the most time in the ample city center, which is really pretty and has many cute little side streets.

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I also enjoyed in many architectural details.

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The most significant building in the very middle of the center is the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche).

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One part of Dresden which I liked most was the Brühl’s Terrace. There were many tourists there and I enjoyed the view to the Elbe river below it.

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We took a ride with a steamboat which was the highlight of our trip. It was in dawn, a chilly breeze made us feel cold. We drank hot spiced wine in order to warm us up. An orchestra played Jazz and the life was good.

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