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This doorway was absolutely amazing!
The Charming Street Art of Dresden, Germany

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The Charming Street Art of Dresden, Germany

When I first got into Dresden, I had no idea what to expect except that it was located in East Germany and Kurt Vonnegut’s book Slaughterhouse-Five takes place there.  Mostly, I’m really glad I went in not knowing what to expect because I was blown away with the street art, both the quantity and the quality of it.  I decided the charming street of Dresden, Germany needed a post all of it’s own.

STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
This doorway was absolutely amazing!
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
Even the parking meters are pretty.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
My fascination with cows had me all excited about this find.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
This amazing mural is on the side of a school.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
I loved this simple yet detailed piece of art.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
This amazing photo booth was a big hit with me!
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
One of the many record stores in Dresden with, of course, amazing artwork.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
This awesome piece of art was located at an outside bar called Katie’s Garage.
STREET ART OF DRESDEN, GERMANY | A SOUTHERN GYPSY
Another amazing mural – who doesn’t love mermaids?!

What do you think of Dresden’s street art? Where in the world is the best street art in your opinion?

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Ashley Hubbard

Ashley Hubbard is a blogger and freelance writer based in Nashville, Tennessee focusing on sustainability, travel, veganism, mental health, and more. Passionate about animal rights, sustainable travel, and social impact, she seeks out ethical experiences whether at home or on the road. She shares these experiences on her website, wild-hearted.com.

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  1. Dresden looks so whimsical! Thank you for sharing all those great photos. I visited Dresden a very long time ago, when it was still part of East Germany and I believe fun paintings on the walls were not allowed. I think it looks much prettier now.

  2. not important

    Uh nice, thx for bring some art around the world πŸ™‚
    the doorway is form: evolution art πŸ˜‰

    you can found more of that urban art on Facebook (evolution artone), or the web site (evolution-artone.de)
    you can found kaweek there too (if you want to see more, like you wrote on part 2)
    (liu quara – kaweek) or on the website as well. (kaweek.de)

    Best Reguards

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