Europe > Germany > Saxony > Altstadt - The Webcam Community - Home
Home Add a webcamAdd a webcam Create Account Sign in voidvoid
Live Popular Featured New Map Google Earth
Blog Get a webcam Link our webcams

Dresden / Dresden Zwinger Webcam

Europe > Germany > Saxony > Altstadt (correct)

Watch the Giglio salvaging
Giglio Porto
iPhone & Android Apps

Mobile Apps

Desktop Apps


Views: 91,825
Preview taken: 51 minutes ago
more ...

Tags of this webcam

Travel webcam Königsbrücker Straße (B97) stadtauswärts, Äußere Neustadt, Germany
Äußere Neustadt
Travel webcam Albertbrücke Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Travel webcam Nossener Brücke Dresden, Löbtau, Germany
Travel webcam Flughafen Dresden, Königswald, Germany
more ...
Switch image
View daylight image of this webcamDaylight
Visit source
See the current pictureNewest image
Go to webcam Dresden / Dresden Zwinger in Europe / Germany / Altstadt
Altstadt, Germany — 51 minutes ago
Source: (correct)
Lookr Look back: 24 hours | 30 days
^ Embed this widget in your website ^

This webcam is currently assigned to Alexs. It was originally added on April 02, 2008 and has been viewed 91,825 times since then. The current picture above was taken 51 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 6 people.

Weather Altstadt

18°C / 28°C
64°F / 82°F
17°C / 26°C
63°F / 79°F
14°C / 23°C
57°F / 73°F
powered by

Webcam description

In English
Dresden 113m, panoramic view in south direction over the "Zwinger" building, which is a historic Baroque building and was constructed at the beginning of the 18th century. Nowadays it is a museum.

In the native language of the webcam owner
Ausblick auf das barocke Dresden mit dem Dresdner Zwinger und der Semperoper

Scale UpMap Webcam location

Wrong location? Put it in the right place
Hotels nearby (showing on the map)
Hostel Louise 20
Louisenstr. 20, Dresden, Germany

Further information about Altstadt

Altstadt is the German language word for "old city", meaning "historical city centre within the city wall", in contrast to a "Neustadt" build outside later. Many German towns have an "Altstadt", even though the ravages of war have destroyed many of them, especially during the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648). In the "War of the Palatinian Succession" of 1688, the order to "Brûlez le Palatinat!" was executed by Mélac, devastating many cities and large parts of South Western Germany, like the Heidelberg castle. Allied Strategic bombing during World War II destroyed nearly all large cities, with Dresden being the most prominent victim. Some smaller towns remained intact, such as Tübingen, Rothenburg ob der Tauber or Dinkelsbühl. Some Altstadt parts in Freiburg, Berlin, Frankfurt and famously Weimar have been painstakingly restored. Some German "Altstädte", with gabled half-timbered houses and cobblestone markets, have been overhauled after copy-cat places had been built abroad to mimic ... Read more about Altstadt on Wikipedia


No comments on this webcam
Webcam search