L’arte del gusto
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Wandering through the cobbled alleys of the old town, medieval charm, you can discover the bourgeois houses beautifully rebuilt characterized by the typical red brick timpani. And yet romantic interior courtyards, galleries and rustic wineries. It is dominated by Albrechtsburg Castle, an architectural masterpiece which, together with the Meißner Dom, is one of the most representative architectural monuments of Saxony.
It attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. All aimed at admiring the collection found at the Porcelain Manufactory, founded in 1710. Here are exposed really rare pieces, made in over 300 years and survived the difficulties of time and history. The Meissen Porcelain Manufactory also invented the world’s oldest brand. These are the famous blue crossed swords that have travelled around the world as synonymous with luxury, sophistication and prestige. Also noteworthy is the first porcelain carillon made all over the world and located in the bell tower of the Frauenkirche