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Procession of Princes, Dresden

4.7
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Procession of Princes is a 102 m (335 ft) mural depicting a parade of the rulers of Saxony. The 35 portraits from the House of Wettin originally were painted between 1871 and 1876. Between 1904 and 1907, the painting was replaced with about 23,000 porcelain tiles. That makes it the largest porcelain artwork in the world. Using our custom trip planner, Dresden attractions like Procession of Princes can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Impressive mural. It depicts of the kings and the history. The mosaics are not original but it is the one to one imitations of the real ones.  more »
  • Impressive mural. It was nice to see it again. There is a lot to see in Dresden - e.g. renovated buildings after the war.  more »
  • This long mural depicts all the princes who ruled Desden with insights into their character carefully woven into the design.  more »
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  • Baeutiful street. Amazing painting on the wall. Lovely. Must visit.
  • Beautiful and huge pieces of art made purely from ceramic tiles. Amazing.
  • Impressive wall to see while seeing all there is to see in this area, this city has a amazing view at every turn.
  • Nice and Well preserved. A lot of history in this huge piece of art.
  • A very impressive sight.

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