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Neues Grunes Gewolbe, Saxony
(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • There has been recent changes in the collections between " Das Residenzschloss", "Neues Grünes Gewölbe", "Historisches Grünes Gewölbe" and to add to the confusion also from the " Staatlichen Kunstsamm...  more »
  • I guess there are not many such collections, such concentration of Prunk.die gems, the craftsmanship and the presentation of the pieces in this historic clean make the exhibition also for "museumsmuffel".
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  • Good information by audio guide. I found expensive €12 for an adult (only 3 points) children up to 17 years come in free. The castle is closed on Tuesdays. You must pay extra for each area. €21 would be payable for all areas. Conclusion: great restored but expensive.
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  • With the dissolution of many empires and monarchies around Europe, it has become almost tradition that palaces are turned into historical museums. The Royal Palace here in Dresden is no different and when they rebuilt the palace, it become designated as a museum. Actually, it was 5 museums including the Green Vault, the largest collection of treasures in all of Europe.
  • Interesting place. But you need spend many hours for being there.
  • Excellent exhibition. Book your tickets on line in advance.
  • Heavyweight European museum. This treasure collection is mindblowing, no wonder it is referred to as the most important in Europe. Imagine what the treasures of the Saxon capital must have looked like before so many of them got destroyed in the War, if even what is left today is enough to amaze a well-travelled museum-goer. The containing building - the Residenzschloss - is beautiful in itself. All in all, a must for every visitor to Dresden.
  • Mind = blown. It takes quite a while to see it all. Gold, jewels, mother of pearls and porcelain. All used as material for a huge collection of masterpieces of functional art. I would give it 5 stars if I could make pictures. Seriously I'm not going to make my own jewerly form the pics when I get back home, sheesh.