Creative in Dresden
Dresden, also nicknamed Florence on the Elbe, is known for its baroque and rococo architecture as well as outstanding art collections. The bombing of Dresden in February 1945 destroyed the entire historic city center, which was eventually restored after the war. The ruins of the Frauenkirche were left as a war memorial and the Lutheran church was only rebuilt and reconsecrated after the German reunification. Today Dresden is a buzzing city dominated by high-tech industry. My feature image is a multiple exposure of the Gläserne Manufaktur (Transparent Factory, a VW car factory and exhibition space). The other creative images show the Stallhof (part of the Residenzschloss that was used for equestrian tournaments) and the Frauenkirche respectively.