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Since 2006 the Panometer Dresden, a former gas tank in Dresden Reick, displays the monumental 360° panoramas “BAROQUE DRESDEN” and “DRESDEN 1945” created by Berlin artist Yadegar Asisi in a regular change. The presentation of the pictures on a scale...more
It was an interesting illusion. I wish we could have caught the Dresden 1945. My kids got bored quickly but it was still worthwhile. It was very interesting to see the exhibits (flea trap) and how the panometer was made.
A fantastic 360 degree immersion into the history of Dresden. The historical period changes regularly but our's was during the height of Augustus the Strong. I genuinely felt I had gone back in time and was part of "old Dresden". Well worth the short journey...More
This was a few hours very well spent. Really well worth hunting out in Dresden. It is quite a stunning spectacle - we saw the Dresden 1945 version, but I think there arre other scenes sometimes, like the Titanic. A really amazing experience for anyone...More
This was a fascinating exhibit on the Dresden bombings. Sorta off the beaten path, but it’s worth checking out if you have the time. Our kids are 12 and 9 and started to get bored after a little while, but that also had to do...More
The place worths visit it and see a panoramic view of Dresden in ruins the 2nd WW. The guided tour provides you lots of historical info and facts. The place is far from city center, but it worths a try if you have time (20min...More
Destruction of Dresden in Panometer was probably the best experience from the whole Dresden trip - after a (really) short museum walk you end up in the main hall, with all the walls covered in painting / photography of destroyed Dresden, and you can even...More
I went there with my GF and her grandparents, (they all are from Dresden) and it was impressive. I was fascinated by this place.
It's huge, impressive, interesting and even fun. (We had fun trying to find / notice very little and even odd details.)...More
We walked from the main historical part of Dresden to this attraction. It was about a 50 minute walk through a lovely park (during Autumn). We passed the VW factory before entering the park and a visit here could be factored into the day. Unluckily...More