When you visit Dresden it's hard to believe that one of the most important landmarks, the Frauenkirche, was reconstructed only after the German reunification and it has been standing there for less than 10 years (the works were finished in 2005). This famous church was completely destroyed after the second world war during the Anglo-American allied forces began the bombing of Dresden in February 1945. When you look at both the pictures before the war and the picture of this area during the communist German Democratic Republic, you realized they did an amazing job bringing the Frauenkirche to its former glory. I have been in Dresden only 2 times, but it was just a short visit catching a train to Prague. I would love to go back and spend more time in the city.