Posts tagged leipzig
Mandy & Tobias on film

I am always happy when I meet likeable people. Mandy and Tobias are such people that you immediately close in your heart. I was allowed to take some pictures of them on time for the third anniversary. We drove one afternoon in May to Bad Lausick in the forest and in forest clearings, between coniferous trees and birches and on a high seat these recordings were made for you.

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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 - Buildings of the Old Town

Leipzig's city center is just beautiful. I am approached almost daily by tourists, where this or that is to be found. Especially beautiful is the architecture of the houses, merged with many modern houses next door. Hardly any other city has restored its buildings of the turn of the century and earlier as beautifully as Leipzig.

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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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The last snow

Today I have some pictures of the snow in the Rosental for you. Before the winter is over, and there are plenty of photographs showing ice and snow. Actually, they are already doing so, as birds are already starting to sing outside and the sun is shining so warm that I have hidden most of my winter clothes back in my closet.

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Leipzig - Winter

When it snowed so beautifully, I was terrified of my exams. I learned a lot, and one afternoon my head was so full that I had to go out. Zora accompanied me into the snowy forest near the Gohliser Schlösschen and I made one of two portraits of her. It was a breathtaking cold day, my fingers quickly froze and crows crossed our paths arriving on the big meadow. The first and probably last winter pictures this month.

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Leipzig - Christmas

During Christmas, in Germany you have no other choice to go to the christmas market that pop up at every corner. It is a tradition to enjoy glühwein together and eat hot dishes in the cold. Often you meet with your friends and family in the evening afterwork to drink alcohol. It is an unique atmosphere I can hardly describe, Christmas markets are warm, holy, feel like a loveable childhood memory and once you start you will try it again. Just grab a local between anytime in December and enjoy the beauty of a german christmas market.

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