Dresden was largely destroyed during WWII and experienced a huge rejuvenation after the German reunification.
The Frauenkirche and the Castle has been errected from the ruins to their original state. Breathtaking is the "Gruene Gewoelbe" (green vault) in the castle displaying royal treasures from the renaissance period.
Across from the old town, on the other side of the Elbe river is the "Neustadt" (new city) where the Nightlive of Dresden is taking place. In this part of the city you'll find bars, restaurants and all sorts of unique entertainment Dresden has to offer.
Dresden is not only the cultural hotspot of Saxony but hosts as well clusters for key future technologies: nano- and information technology.
Dresden is a good location for qualitative and quantitative market research projects about topics like:
- Environmental technology
- Financial services
- Laboratory management systems
- Hospital management systems
- Medical technology
- Pharma research
- Smart home
- Virtual reality