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On the Neustadt riverbank

It seems like this building could be better utilised, instead it's like they're throwing some... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2016
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Frankfurt, Germany
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Overrated

The exhibitions are nice an interesting, but paying 3 euros to see just an small room with the... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2013
AncalimeB
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Heredia, Costa Rica
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Reviewed 11 April 2014

We didn't go inside, there is a lot changing right now, but the gardens around it are amazing! Worth crossing the bridge.

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Reviewed 26 September 2013

The exhibitions are nice an interesting, but paying 3 euros to see just an small room with the tapestries and then another 6 euros to see another very small collection? Is not worthy. We made sure that there were no other rooms available. With that money, I'll rather go to the Zwinger (also in Dresden). Very disappointing museum. Only go there if you have absolutely nothing else to do in Dresden.

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Reviewed 13 August 2013

At the first place I wanted to visit this Palace because it was bought bz August the Strong for his porcelain collection. It is a piece of architecture from hs time. First we went to seen the part where is the etnographical museum and saw beautiful carpets, tapestries from the Middle East such as“Suzani” – large silk embroidered fabrics from Central Asia, so-called Turkish Towels from the Ottoman Empire, knotted carpets from Eastern Anatolia and sequinned embroideries, a printed cotton fabric and fine wool embroideries from Persia.Both of us most admired The Dresden Damascus Room - reception room from a luxurious home in Damascus was used for welcoming guests. The richly decorated wall and ceiling panels are worked in the style known as Turkish Rococo. In the other part is the State Museum for Pre-History, where we saw two intersting exhibitions - Fossil Art and the second was about the Life of Wolfs.

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Reviewed 21 August 2012

The Japanese Palace is a large palace that has curved roofs that may resemble Japanese architecture to some, but really has Baroque architecture. The building was started in 1714 and enlarged between 1723 and 1733. Among the architects who worked on it were M.D. Poppelman, J.C. Knoffel, Z. Longuelune and J. de Bolt.

It has two museums now, one is the State Museum of Prehistory and the other is the Ethnological Museum.

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Reviewed 22 August 2018
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