M32***23Meilanxitong’s former residence is a great historical attraction, it is recommended to come here to see, there are many historical attractions, this attraction has volunteers here to explain, great style! Simple and elegant architecture ~ a worthwhile trip!
coo***anWhen I was young, the celebrities in the textbook must come to check in! The Martin Luther House was transformed into a museum. This is the house where Luther lived for nearly 40 years. The museum contains the most detailed information on the religious reform, as well as a large number of manuscripts and books by Luther, which has been designated as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO!
sculptorThe no-Worry Palace is a palace in Potsdam near Berlin, built by King Frederick the Great of Prussia as his summer palace. The palace was built between 1745 and 1747 to accommodate King Frederick's need for private residences, allowing him to relax from the pomp and ceremony of the Berlin Court. The name of the palace, translated as "no worries" in french ( sans souci), symbolizes the palace as a place of relaxation, not a place of power.
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
137***66The Wörlitz Gardens is the most representative landscape park in Europe. The landscape, architecture and plastic arts of the garden are harmonious and consistent, which is a testimony to the cultural wealth of those times. The gardens are scattered with palaces, parks of different design styles, park sculptures and numerous small buildings, which give people a feeling of being in the pristine beach scenery on the banks of the Elbe and Mulder.
_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.