The Neustadt Kunsthofpassage in Dresden, Germany, is an architectural neighborhood. Designed by artists Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel, this wall is one of the strangest and most rare sights in Dresden's new town's university district. This drain scheme transforms into a lovely musical tool when the rain drops in Germany. It is called "The Wall of the Funnel." A beautiful way to celebrate the nature.
You need to understand precisely where it is to discover this location, as it's not probable you're going to stumble upon it. Kunsthofpassage is also known as the "student district" in Dresden Neustadt (new town), an area you won't discover in the standard travel books between the Alaun and Görlitzer roads. Getting it from the city center isn't simple, so you should get a taxi. It's also quite difficult to find, because from the street you can't see it. As we didn't understand what to expect, we almost lost it.
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