Hofkirche or Cathedral of Holy Trinity Cathedral is a Catholic Cathedral in the old town of Dresden. This huge Baroque church is constructed in sandstone (like almost everything in this city), its nave is 52 meters long and 18 meters wide, with a height of 32 meters, the tower reaching a height of 86 meters. The building has three naves, and inside we note that over the balustrade surrounding the ship, are figures of saints 78 3,50 m high sandstone sculpted also, by Lorenzo Mattielli. In addition we find a Permoser Balthasar Baroque pulpit, an altar of Anton Raphael Mengs, and the largest organ of Gottfried Silbermann. Next to the bowl with the heart of Augustus the Strong, is the crypt with the sarcophagus of the Wettin dynasty.
A Gothic style cathedral, with unequal towers, the more striking because it is the only dark building in a village, [poi = 81468] Meissen [/ poi], dominated by pastel houses. Located next to the Palace of Albrechtsburg, which is surrounded by seven figures, representing, among others, the Empress Adelheid and Emperor Otto I. Construction began in 1250, but construction of the west towers did not begin until the fourteenth century and were not properly finished until sometime between 1904 and 1908. Worth paying the entrance fee(do not remember the exact price, about 5 euros) to look inside, to admire the stunning columns that seem to reach to infinity.