Sachsen Tourism & Travel Guide

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The Semperoper

Decades of reconstruction have restored most of the bygone era or at-least attempted to do so. One can see the difference in the original stones and the rebuilt portion of the buildings. Quite evident in the walls of The Semperoper which was reopened in 1985.
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In the same area is a long wall with a 100-meter long porcelain mosaic called Fürstenzug. It is the ‘Procession of the Dukes’ displaying the rulers of Saxony. Nearby is the Semperoper opera house. It was built by Gottfried Semper, thus its name, in the mid-19th century. It is said to be one of Germany's finest examples of neo-renaissance architecture. Fire destroyed it in 1869 and again in 1945. The current building is an exact replica of the original.
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