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Ulla,  Denmark Denmark
06 May 2024
Good
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Semperoper: English Guided Tour
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Rose,  United States United States
14 Dec 2023
Excellent
Tour guide was knowledgeable and entertaining. Answered questions well. History of building is interesting.
Semperoper: English Guided Tour
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Sabine ,  Germany Germany
19 Apr 2024
Excellent
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Semperoper: German Guided Tour

About: Semperoper

The Semperoper is an opera house located in Dresden, Germany. Originally opened in 1841, the building has been reconstructed on two occasions: once due to a fire in 1869, and once as a result of the bombing of Dresden during World War II.

Semperoper
Theaterplatz 2, 01067, Dresden
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