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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 At a “stones throw” before this Hotel stands an old catholic church
black with age,  ornamented with five or six dozen colossal
statutes standing upon the edge of the roofs an din niches
below, as black as the building,   with a high steeple,
altogether one of the best pieces of architecture I have seen in
this city.      Adjoining the church, beyond, stands the old
palace,  spreading out in every direction,   a mass of plain
square buildings, with black plastered sides, and no windows
for the first thirty feet, up-    under which  the main street
from the Bridge, passes by means of long low arches.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 A little to the right of us, stood the old Theater, now burned, in
its place three or four acres of cut stone preparing for a new one.
Beyond this pile of stone, perhaps 30 rods from here, stands the
picture gallery forming one side of the “Zwinger”,  a small square
surrounded by a curious mass of architecture said to be in the
Rococo style.     This Zwinger was commenced by Augustus 2nd
and intended for a court entrance to a splendid Palace but
the Palace never
was built.   These
buildings are now
used for Museums
Greenhouse +c.
The court
or square, now
contain 300 orange
trees in tubs, some
them at the           [-Interior of the Zwinger-]

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