Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei or the Leipzig cotton spinning mill was the largest in Europe when it opened in 1884. However ... More
Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei or the Leipzig cotton spinning mill was the largest in Europe when it opened in 1884. However towards the end of 20 century, the decline in cotton yarn caused its closure. But was reopened considering its historic importance and its simple basic structure which proved to be an inspiration to the artists, today it houses many galleries and studios. Home to art herself, the Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei presents her in various mediums and hence is close to the connoisseurs heart.
Many cities in East Germany still suffer because of the crazy and tasteless buildings of architects from the former GDR.
When you see the Neue Gewandhaus, it is pleasing to know that there are also interesting constructions like these ...
This ancient central cemetery makes for an interesting stop for two reasons: visitors can relax well away from the hustle
and bustle of the city center and at the same time learn a great deal about the past. The ...
The letters MM' have long since had a special significance for Leipzig's reputation and economy. They stand for MusterMessen, German
for Trade Fairs, which have become a landmark for this Saxon metropolis. Particularly in the former East Germany, this ...