Dresden and Albertinum

Jan 4th, 2012, 03:03 PM
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Nov 29th, 2012, 12:10 PM
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In 1923 Father George, the Saxon Crown Prinz, abdicated, it was the same year his ex-fiance Maria Amelie von Wurttemberg died outside Nuremberg. The crown was transferred to his brother Ernest.

The Gorgenbau fort re-construction was completed in 1969 by volunteers, then the Gorgentor gate and road were re-constructed, and a Gorgentor Road committee were refused permission to re-construct the Saxon Palace.

In 1972 Prinz Ernest approached the Gorgentor Road committee, where said committee requested Prinz Ernest grant permission to re-build the palace. Prinz Ernest's reply was he could not grant permission as he was only regent, which means Father George had a son.

The Gorgentor Road Charter was subsequently drawn up, permitting re-build of the Saxon Palace, in the knowledge that should an heir prove lineage to Father George, ownership immediately goes to said heir, Palace is to be vacated immediately, all possession retained with Palace including all monies.

After the completion of the Palace the Gorgentor Road Charter committee lobbied for World Heritage protection, which was subsequently granted.

Should said heir appear, it would make an interesting legal battle. What is more interesting is this line of the House of Wettin are the rightful kings of Judah.
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