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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Koenigswald Dresden
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... more than in the UK
Marksberg castle just outside Koblenz is 800 years old and has never been conquered or destroyed. It is therefore a rare example of a complete medieval castle with all its original features. It is quite a walk up to the castle over uneven ground so good walking shoes are required. Inside there are multiple rooms showing how people lived in the middle ages with a kitchen, bedroom, dining room, wine cellar and even a torture room. As usual the guide who took ...
... a smooth check-in.
It has to be said that 1/2 day in Dresden is not enough. With travel to and from, it is pretty much essential that you have at least a 2 night stay. We didn't so we short-changed ourselves and did not do justice to Dresden.
We had a quick snack of rolls and peanut-butter then struck out to see the sights around 2:00. There are too many sights to describe. Suffice to say that Dresden is absolutely loaded with fine old ...
... in general from the body and sickness, to the brain and tricks of the mind, to sex and everything in between. Unfortunately the section on food and bodily hygiene was closed for renovation which would have been interesting – I would have liked to learn how to successfully brush my teeth!! The whole museum is very hands on with lots of interactive displays, like taking microscopic photos of your skin and hair. My favourite was the brain section, and in particular the ...
... cabinets and desks with secret drawers and removable pillars.
Wedgwood pottery from Burslem!
Several assorted period musical instruments, including a cute mini harp.
A portrait of a young lady that could have been Elizabeth Bennett.
A display of very serious thrones.Some Jewellery with sweet pea plants growing through and within.
AND, best of all, the original painting depicting the Declaration of Pillnitz, which elicited an excited ...
... to the report, there were aircraft components factories; a poison gas factory (Chemische Fabrik Goye and Company); an anti-aircraft and field gun factory (Lehman); an optical goods factory (Zeiss Ikon AG); as well as factories producing electrical and X-ray apparatus (Koch & Sterzel AG); gears and differentials (Saxoniswerke); and electric gauges (Gebrüder Bassler). It also said there were barracks, hutted camps, and a munitions storage ...