the night before the attacks, later said that "I saw with my own eyes that Dresden was an armed camp: thousands of German troops, tanks and artillery and miles. This is because the population is not concentrated in the, relatively small and hardly "metropolitan centre, but is quite evenly spread over the hills contained within the city area, with multiple population centres stemming from the small towns that were incorporated into the present-day Stuttgart. The burning of a 16th-century Dutch Anabaptist, Anneken Hendriks, who was charged with heresy. Beverage and food is offered on the ships. 12 13 According to other critics, given the number of civilian casualties and a claimed paucity of strategic targets, Dresden's destruction was unjustifiable and should be called a war crime. A fascinating astronomical journey, projected by optical hightech equipment: Carl Zeiss Planetarium. You'll need to reserve tickets in advance. For 10 you will get about 4 minutes of a taxi drive. The steep faces, oriented to each compass point, cause regular avalanches; the snow that builds up around the base forms glaciers.