Dresden’s cathedral was wrecked during the Second World War and remained a pile of ruin for decades. It re-opened to the public in 2005 after years of painstaking restoration. Here’s the scene outside the landmark in September 2016, its adjacent public square buzzing with activity.
This is a lovely detour off the Georgenbau city gate on the way to the Neumarkt square. Not exactly off the beaten path, but a lot less crowded and a bit more visually interesting. Snapped this view on a visit back in September.