Neustadt Kunsthofpassage building is located in Dresden, Germany,which plays music when it rains.
In Germany a large, multi-story blue building houses the funnel wall attraction designed by three collaborative artists including Christoph Roßner, Annette Paul, and Andre Tempel.The artists took inspiration from St. Petersburg’s Rainy Theater. The three artists knew that the building needed to have rain gutters, so why not get a bit creative? Not only is this beautiful, but it also plays music when it rains. According to Atlas Obscura, When the rain starts to fall, this colorful gutter drain system and attached to the outside of a building in the Neustadt Kunsthofpassage charming turn into musical instruments. The Funnel Wall is one of the strangest and most enjoyable attractions in Dresden’s student district in the new town.This system of mousetrap drain and gutters features various sized metal cones that play music when it rains.
Despite having suffered serious losses during World War II, this small German city owes its reputation as one of Europe’s most environmentally progressive to its three natural reserves and the fact that more than 60% of its urban area is covered in green spaces. It is also sometimes referred to as the Jewel Box as a result of its astonishing collection of Baroque and Rococo architecture.