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Katholische Hofkirche - Dresden

Schlossplatz 1, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
+49 351 4844712
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Also known as the Cathedral of St. Trinitatis, this is the Catholic Court Church. Houses a famous stone pulpit, 250-year-old organ and the tombs of Saxon rulers.
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Schlossplatz 1, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
Innere Altstadt
+49 351 4844712
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A well proportioned building with two very interesting modern altars--one in memory of three Catholic martys of Birchenau, represented in wood on the altar; the other in commemoration of the destruction of Dresden--the altar and the cross-like sculpture on the altar all in stark white...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This large church, seat of the see of Dresden, has a bright white interior. There is a second level gallery around the nave, above additional seating. Clear glass windows allow light to pour into the church. Two side altars in the aisles adjoining the sanctuary...More

Thank Ken C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Outside has been rebuilt post war in the original style but inside is disappointing as of course much of the decoration one usually finds in such a church was destroyed.

Thank MBKOKent
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a lovely church but pales in comparison with the Frauenkirche. Still worth a trip to visit. Continue out to the river for some great views.

Thank Godguy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This imposing church, with its statues of many saints along the roof, also badly damaged in the 1945 bombing, doesn't seem to attract the masses of tour groups as does the Frauenkirche. However, it is still a lovely and very impressive building and well worth...More

Thank Gregory D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Less hype and therefore fewer tourists made this a more significant visit then our earlier visit to the Frauenkirche This church was also seriously damaged by the bombing in WW2, and with the unusual Pieta at least had a thought provoking focal point fof rememberance

Thank marytu2015
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Glorious pipe organ, free concerts at 11:30 Wednesday and Saturday. Memorial Chapel dedicated those killed in WWII firebombing

Thank ronwickham
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

A nice church. Beautiful on the outside, nice on the inside. Just besides the castle. Not the city's highlight.

Thank eduardops60
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Lovely place worth a visit, 3 days in Dresden is enough a lot to see, very clean and not expensive, very peaceful .

Thank ritagatt
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Normally the Catholic churches and cathedrals are very ornate. This one however is rather plain inside.

Thank Adventurers049
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28 June 2017|
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Response from Ray V | Reviewed this property |
No, one does not usually pay to visit an open church. Perhaps if it is being uded as a venue for an advertidrd concert. In that case you will surely find notices.
Angela G
15 January 2016|
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