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Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

Katholische Hofkirche Dresden

The majestic cathedral is one of Dresden's most prominent sights. The church boasts the largest organ made by the famous Gottfried Silbermann.

Theaterplatz 1, 01067 Dresden, Germany

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Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Dresden, Germany
Katholische Hofkirche Dresden ©  Lukáš Nevosád

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Opening Hours

Mon - Thu: 9 am - 5 pm
Fri: 1 pm - 5 pm
Sat: 10 am - 5 pm
Sun: noon - 4 pm


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Attractions near to Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

  • Dresden Frauenkirche

    The trademark sight of Dresden. This impressive church was re-opened only a few years ago after being destroyed during World War II firebombing.

  • Zwinger

    The impressive Baroque palace built as a part of a former fort is a must-see. It hosts the Old Masters' Gallery among others.

  • Dresden Castle

    You will find layers upon layers of different architectural styles on this fascinating palace – the former residence of the Saxon kings.

  • Brühl's Terrace

    A popular promenade located on the bank of Elbe nicknamed the “Balcony of Europe”. A great place for a refreshing walk and views of the Elbe Valley.

  • Old Masters Gallery

    An impressive collection of art spanning from the 15th to the 18th century, featuring mostly Italian and Dutch painters of the Renaissance and Baroque. A must-see.

  • Old Market

    Dresden's main square is a pulsating centre for social and cultural life as well as shopping – either in the lively outside market or one of the many boutiques.

  • Albertinum

    The gallery boasts an exquisite collection of scuplture ranging from ancient Greece until modern times.

  • Procession of Princes

    An impressive mural, more than 100 meters long made out of 25,000 porcelain tiles depicting the lineage of Saxony princes. A must-see.

  • Elbe Riverside

    You will find that nothing is more relaxing than taking a stroll in the evening on the banks of picturesque Elbe.

  • Semper Opera House

    A majestic opera house boasting a quality ensemble. A must-see for opera fans, but not only them. The building is worth a visit for its sheer beauty.

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