The highest federal administrative court is a very interesting court. This administrative building is very interesting. The building here is an administrative agency. The highest court is also used by the local legal agency. The safeguards are very strict during working days. of.
I vaguely remember the congressional arson case in the high school history books. The incident happened here. You can see it on the spot!
It is another historical building-the German Federal Supreme Administrative Court, which was originally the Supreme Court of the German Empire. On February 27, 1933, after the "parliamentary arson" that shocked the world, the German Communist leader Dimitrov was tried here.
How about such a romantic building designed by the court?
The place where the "Parliamentary arson case" was tried—The Federal Supreme Administrative Court and my friends decided to check in at the Federal Supreme Administrative Court in Leipzig today to see where I wrote the famous parliamentary arson case. We arrived at the Federal Supreme Administrative Court according to the navigation instructions. When we first arrived, we were attracted by its exterior architecture. No matter how many photos we had, we took a lot of photos, and we still stood down and took selfies. The building belongs to the 17th century in Germany. It is old and long. The whole building is khaki. The building is very tall. The top is a bit like a stupid Buddha. The bronze color is so interesting when combined together. It is very interesting. I can hardly imagine Such an interesting place turned out to be an administrative agency, where officials large and small hold parliaments and handle government affairs. They feel good when they think about it. Every day, we are in a good mood. Because of the prohibition, we didn’t go inside and didn’t see it. What kind of scale is like, we can only appreciate its beauty from the outside. I think back to our country's government land, it is very solemn and quiet, e, maybe every country has its own style.
Preston_Dominguez: Simsonpl. 1, 04107 Leipzig
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Nicholas Church,Bach Museum,Old Town Hall,St. Thomas Church (Thomaskirche),Schumannhaus