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Barthel‘s Hof Leipzig

From 1747 to 1750, George Werner built this magnificent trade house ensemble for the merchant Gottlieb Barthel including its inward facing baroque facade. The buildings marks one of the last existing trade buildings with entrance and exit in Leipzig and was part of the real estate conman Dr. Jürgen Schneider as construction site back then. Its later renovation led to a redecoration of almost the entire building,except the restaurant in the vault which remained largely original. Barthels-Hof-Leipzig Barthels Hof, Leipzig

Barthel‘s Hof Leipzig2020-11-28T15:25:42+01:00

Top things to do on a trip to Germany

As a local, I am offering some insights on what might be most interesting, delicious or exciting on a trip to Germany. Arriving in Berlin, you will be overwhelmed by the sheer size of the city and what's on offer. Although a classic, I do recommend eating “Currywurst”. One of the best places to do so is Curry36 in Kreuzberg. For a great view while sipping some cocktails during the evening, head to Andel’s hotel’s bar Loft14 in Prenzlauer Berg. You will have a great view towards Fersehturm from this spot that not many people actually know about (not even Berliners). [...]

Top things to do on a trip to Germany2020-11-28T15:26:09+01:00

Leipzig City Blog – Chinese spring festival – Chinesisches Frühlingsfest Leipzig

新年快乐 / 恭喜發財 - Happy Year of the Rat! The Chinese spring festival took place today at Werk II in Leipzig. Great atmosphere, a music show as well as a magic show we’re to be seen. Also on offer were Calligraphies classes, memory sessions, Go playing opportunities, basic language learning opportunities and of course lots of great Chinese food You can follow Leipzig Free Tours and the blog to stay up to date with what’s on in the city! chinese spring fest

Leipzig City Blog – Chinese spring festival – Chinesisches Frühlingsfest Leipzig2020-11-28T15:26:55+01:00

Streetart Leipzig

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Streetart Leipzig2020-11-28T15:34:10+01:00

Sachsenbrücke Leipzig

The Name of the "Saxon Bridge" refers to the change of sides of the Saxons from the troops of napoleon to the confederates during the Battle of Nations near Leipzig in 1813. Today the bridge is a popular spot to hang out in summer for the people of Leipzig. #germany #germantourism #fotos #street_vision #visualsmbassadors #beautifuldestinations #citygrammers #leipzigtravel #theimaged #lensbible #leipzig #ig_leipzig #in_germany #onlinegermany #in_germany #germany_greatshots #topgermanyphoto #bestgermanpics #citygrammers #creativeoptic #ig_leipzig #leipzigcity #theimaged #passionpassport #wonderfulplaces #germanytourism

Sachsenbrücke Leipzig2020-11-28T15:36:07+01:00
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