Dresden

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a city in southeastern Germany on the Elbe River

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The biggest interruption of the red granite panelling occurs at the south facade, where the wide entrance hall with a glass curtain wall opens to the Altmarkt. Five bronze double wing doors welcome the visitors at the main front; in addition, two side entrances exist at the east and west facades respectively.
There's fish market today on the Altmarkt: booths spread out
from being permitted to remind us of such humiliating images as the incident in the Altmarkt in Dresden, where 6,865 corpses were burned on pyres in February 1945 by an SS detachment which had gained its experience at Treblinka," (25) which does not quite equate the German victims in Dresden with the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, but does juxtapose them.
Like the McDonald's across the street from the Stadtmuseum, it might signify nothing more than an eastern German embracing of capitalism - "Deutsche Marks not Karl Marx!" The McDonald's, housed as it is one of the Altmarkt's finer old buildings, seems emblematic of the possibility that Dresden's extraordinary historical journey will end in North American-style consumerism, with a touch of Old World elegance.
Located in Altmarkt Square, in the city's historical city centre, the Dresden 7 BRUSSELS November 27 - January 3 BRUSSELS' Christmas market is open for five weeks in total.
It runs throughout December at the Dresdner Altmarkt.
"I have been invited to speak in the Altmarkt (market place) on Sunday when my message will be that total war dehumanises people.