The literal translation of pfeffermuhle is peppermill, the under-appreciated, often overlooked kitchen appliance that adds a ... More
The literal translation of pfeffermuhle is peppermill, the under-appreciated, often overlooked kitchen appliance that adds a zesty and necessary flavor to food. Why, you may ask, would a theater be named after this item? It's because the ensemble isn't afraid to grind out the truth for the audience. Some of the shows deal with political subject matter but from a humorous angle.
The Markt, the main market square, is the most central point in Leipzig. It is the so called Herz von
Leipzig, the "heart of the city". Dominated by the splendid Renaissance façade of the famous Altes Rathaus, the face ...
Leipzig is full of stunning buildings, but none are more beautiful than the breathtaking Alte Börse. Built in 1678 87
by Christian Richter, the Alte Börse was originally used as a trading floor for merchants. The merchants are long ...
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 ...