ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Dresden From Death to Resurrection

Dresden: From Death to Resurrection Frederick F Clairmonte WITH infinite pain the Saxon city has been largely reconstructed spanning a period of two generations. The mediaeval beauty of the Altstadt has now been wedded to the functional and imaginative creations of modern architecture, and this in the socialist half of Germany whose future contours were inconceivable in 1945. But while the major historic landmarks have risen from the rubble, the empty spaces still lament that after more than 40 years the final word has not been said on freeing Dresden from the clutches of destruction.

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