One of the places we visited on our 2014 trip to Germany with LutherTours was the city of Dresden. There are many remarkable things to see, especially considering that most of Dresden was heavily damaged during World War II by incindiary bombs. The Katholische Hofkirche, or the Dresden Catholic Cathedral, was very impressive. I marveled at the statues perched atop the balustrades–Biblical and historical figures, 78 in all, measuring 10 feet tall. To the left of the cathedral is the Residenzschloss. One of the oldest buildings in Dresden, Saxon rulers lived in the castle from the early 16th century. It houses several museums, including a coin museum, armory, and the Green vault (home to the largest collection of European treasures).