Zwinger Palace was built in Dresden, the capital of Saxony, during the reign of Augusts the Strong in the year 1709, and has been famous ever since for it's stunning baroque architecture. I was exposed to baroque style of architecture in person only when visited the city and this quickly became one of my most favourite parts in the city.
Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, which depicts classical figures in sumptuous detail. This example of late Baroque, or almost even Rococo, architecture, is lighter in many ways. It's not as formal as earlier Roman Baroque architecture, as it conveys its grandeur less strictly with more free-flowing opulence.