小思文The snack square is quite a lively place. After sunset in the afternoon, you can see a lot of locals and tourists gathering here. There are also some places to eat near the square, and there are roadside music performances.
[Scenery] The surrounding scenery is beautiful
[Fun] Quite interesting square
_We***95It is difficult to fully describe this outstanding historical monument (actually, it is a building), it is huge and surprising! The sculptures and scenery inside are beautiful. It is worth visiting Leipzig to see this monument, which was built more than 100 years ago to commemorate the regional conflict with Napoleon. Most Americans are completely unaware of this outstanding facility and its historical details.
_We***95The entrance fee is 8 euros and you pay in the small shop before entering the next building. There are free lockers that require you to lock your backpack. Be sure to recommend audio guides in multiple languages (also free). My favorite room is the listening room, where you can choose from various Bach works, including fragments and historical performances. The movies shown in the research room are very attractive, and the original Bach works of various instruments are amazing on paper.
小思文The Nicholas Church is a very historic building. There are a lot of old buildings here. Leipzig is also one of the very old cities in Germany. There are many good design methods in the city. The Nicholas Cathedral is also A more elegant place to visit.
_We***24Leipzig is located in the center of the Leipzig Basin in eastern Germany, at the confluence of the Weiserst and Plese Rivers. It covers an area of 297.8 square kilometers and has a population of about 600,000. It is the second largest city in the former East Germany.
小思文A good university environment in the city. This university has a long history. Leipzig is also a very good city. This university is free and open. You can see a lot of German students when you visit; Axue is also pretty good .
[Scenery] The scenery is dense
[Cost-effective] high cost
The Völkerschlachtdenkmal, aka the Monument to the Battle of the Nations commemorates the struggle against Napoleon's France and the Battle of Leipzig in 1813. The tower provides a lovely view towards the city and the park itself is nice to walk around. Visit the cemetery next door with a rather elaborate crematorium. #germany #history
The Grassi Museum was a fun arts and culture museum in #leipzig. When I went there was a rotating exhibit on East Asian arts and crafts. The exhibits to tastefully displayed inside an intimate space that made for a delightful experience. I enjoyed this place. #museum
The rather unimposing building just off the Dittrichring in #leipzig was the headquarters for the loathsome East German secret police known as the Stasi. Reputed to be the foremost organization of state security in the former Soviet Bloc, there is literally no facet of East Germany life that was not penetrated Stasi agents or conspirators. The museum today is a memorial to the victims of this terror. #triplocal
The Museum of Fine Arts in Leipzig was a lovely modern gallery space. Offering an eclectic assortment of works ranging from Renaissance paintings to modern sculptures, you're sure to find something across one of it's many floors. The interior spaces are soaring and tastefully done. I enjoyed this museum quite a bit.
Autumn really is my favorite season, when all the leaves change to the most beautiful colors.