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  • Fiona

    This building is located in Dresden, Germany. It's called Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. And when it rains it starts to play Music...! // Places //Germany

  • Lesley Peterson

    A house that plays music when it rains Dresden #Germany, Neustadt Kunsthofpassage #Europe #creativity #architecture

  • Ashley Neal

    Dresden, Germany building that plays music when it rains. So Cool!

  • Andrew Răzvan

    A Wall That Plays Music When It Rains When it rains, this unique colorful wall in Germany becomes a charming musical instrument. Referred to as Neustadt Kunsthofpassage( an artsy neighborhood in Dresden, Germany), when water runs through the drain pipes and gutter system that are attached to the outside of the building, they become an awakened orchestra.

Dresden Germany, Building, Music Instruments, Architecture, House, Plays Music, Place, So Cool, Rain

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