Traveler of Lost City: Dresden

Traveler of Lost City: Dresden

Dresden is a German-city, which was once part of East Germany before the reunification.  This city knows the value of peace at most; because this city had witnessed the worst of humanity and the worst of men-made destruction. Almost-totally-destroyed Dresden was rebuilt after World War 2.

When going through the streets of Dresden, one realized the how important it is that we can live together in peace, we love one another, and not hate or not to be the aggressors.

We drove from our Poznan office to Dresden. On the way, we had the chance to see one of the biggest statues of Jesus (with more than 50mt in height) on our way. And we also took few hours to see one of the most important sightseeings of Germanyf: Rakotzbrücke. Rakotzbrücke is historical bridge constructed in 1800s. When I looked at it, I wonder how they built, and why they built...

I will now stop here and let you enjoy the photos that I took during my trip!

Enjoy it...

  • Tags: travel, world

Author; Tayfur Coskunüzer Categories: Tece Blog

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Tayfur Coskunüzer

Tayfur Coskunüzer

Mr. Tayfur Coskunuzer is the chairman of Tece Dekor. He provides the overall direction and strategy for TECE. Mr. Tayfur Coskunuzer is a visionary who has led Tece from 100 m² of workshop (where only pre-gluing was done) to an area of 20,000 m² (where raw paper is turned into any design and then melamine edgebanding) in a time span of 8 years.

In his spare times and many trip abroad, he enjoys taking photographs. He has published two books; 'Masai Mara' and 'Traces of Light'. For more information, please his personal website.

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