Protestant Church Essays

Protestant Church

Dresden was not only the center of Saxony, a prosperous and developed city of Germany, but arguably also capital of the Protestant Church, a title held by the city thanks to its daring and brilliant architectural masterpiece, the Frauenkirche, a 352-foot-high stone dome, a stunning expression of pure Baroque architecture. King Augustus’s most notable legacy to the city of Dresden in terms of architecture is the great Protestant Frauenkirche, Church of Our Lady. The church was designed to be placed…

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