If you are in Dresden and looking for some observation decks, TOHOLOGY recommends visiting the restored Frauenkirche on Georg-Treu-Platz 3. The Frauenkirche Dresden is a good opportunity to enjoy the wonderful view from its observation platform.
- Where: Dresden, Germany
- What: observation deck
- Height of viewing platform: 67.06 m
- Height of construction: 91.23 m (including cross)
The observation platform of Frauenkirche Dresden can be reached in a few stages. First of all, you take the lift up 24 metres. A perfect view of the church interior can be seen there.
Then you get to a stair tower and go up.
Go up the spiral ramp in the dome with a gradient of 14 percent.
Then a short ladder.
At the end there is a spiral staircase.
You are on the viewing platform!
It's time to go back :)
Observation Deck Contact Information: Frauenkirche Dresden website.
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