High-quality and Professional Translations in Dresden

Dresden — the capital of Saxony is located on the Elbe River, 20 km from the border with the Czech Republic. Dresden in European culture is famous primarily for its collections of paintings. In Dresden the European porcelain was invented – in honor of the name of land it was immediately christened Saxon.

The old town in Dresden is very compact and is grouped around the Theater Square with its wonderful Dresden opera in the center. To the left – there is Zwinger with its various collections. To the right there is the residence of the Saxon ruling dynasty of Vettinov, a huge complex in the Renaissance style. And along the Elbe – there is the Bruhl terrace, which in Dresden is called the «balcony of Europe».

The surroundings of Dresden are often called Saxon Switzerland. This amazing region of pristine nature around the gorge, created by the Elbe River in the Lusatian Mountains, is full of monuments of history and architecture and natural wonders. Here you can see many castles, ride along the Elbe on a boat and relax in small but very cozy resorts.

Not far from Dresden there are remarkable residences — the hunting castle Moritzburg and the magnificent palace Pilnitz, which Augustus the Strong built for his mistress, Countess Kozel.

The most developed industries in Dresden, where translation services from English to Russian may be required, are:

• transport hub: river port, international airport — translation of transport insurance, international transportation — Custom Cargo Declarations, waybills, packing lists;
• optical production and precision engineering, assembly of cars — translation of guides and instructions for installation and operation of equipment;
• furniture — translation for construction companies that produce wooden architectural and building structures, wood materials, translations of catalogs of interior elements and various instructions for improvement of space in the premises;
• food (tobacco and chocolate) — translation of restaurant menus, research about the process of food production;
• chemical-pharmaceutical — translation of documentation of medical and laboratory equipment production, scientific articles in the field of the latest achievements of medicine;
• polygraphic — translations of journalistic texts for various magazines, newspapers, websites and media that specialize in both general and specific topics.

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