From the Ashes
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Dresden, Germany

FROM THE ASHES: Two Modern sandstone cubes linked by a courtyard make up Dresden’s New Synagogue. The original synagogue was torched by Nazis on Kristallnacht in 1938. (Susan Spano / LAT)
SIDEWALK SERENADE: A street musician is a familiar sight on Bruhle Terrace, “the balcony of Europe,” above the Elbe River. (Susan Spano / LAT)
HOLDING COURT: Pillnitz Castle, on the banks of the Elbe River, was the summer residence of Saxon electors who traveled there in the 18th century. (Susan Spano / LAT)