Posts tagged historical city
Quedlinburg

I drove with my boyfriend to the small city of Quedlinburg. It is one of the most famous old towns in Germany with a center from the middle ages, surrounded by hills and still a lively city. I always dreamed about moving there, living in a small house in the old town, having a small photo store and shop in one of the houses. It is a dreamy city, inhabited by many artists, creatives and inspirational people.

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Leipzig - Old Town Hall & station

This imposing building is also located in Leipzig. The castle-like, renaissaisanceähnliche building is called the New Town Hall and is in fact from the year 1905, so historicist. Nevertheless, a beautiful building with lots of details. The towering tower is also a focal point in the city center. The other two pictures show the powerful facade of the Leipzig main station from 1915. It is really huge and big, but the halls and many tracks speak for themselves. I really recommend every tourist to look at the central station from the inside. There are beautiful old halls, a big shopping center on the lower floors and you really have a special old flair in the building.

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Leipzig - Market Place & St. Thomas Church

Today we continue with the city tour: still in the city center. On the central big market square of the city with the striking old Renaissance town hall. Today it houses the City History Museum of the City of Leipzig. The marketplace is very large and is really considered the center of the city.

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Leipzig - Augustusplatz

I have decided to introduce you to my city of Leipzig, where I am studying. I've noticed that I've lived here for three years now and have never photographed the sights. This is Leipzig so worth seeing. The Völkerschlachtdenkmal has already made it to the blog, but there are many other great buildings, museums, things with history are preserved, little insider tips that I want to show you yet.

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