|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz|
|Posted by:||David Marles|
|Leipzig is very important both historically and culturally and it has always been a great transport hub.|
If you are interested in music, you can follow up the Bach and Mendelssohn connections and try to catch the Gewandhaus Orchestra which is world class. If architecture is your thing, there is a lot to see in the old town and the Hauptbahnhof is not to be missed - I believe it is the largest railway terminus in Europe.
Recent history can be covered by checking out where the regular Monday demonstrations used to take place leading directly to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Finally, I believe there have been a lot of infrastructure developments since the re-unification of Germany.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Leipzig & Colditz||12/01/15 15:35:00||Julie Morse|
|Re:Leipzig & Colditz||12/01/15 15:45:00||Paul Fisher|
|Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||12/01/15 22:55:00||Oliver Gibb|
|Re:Leipzig & Colditz||12/01/15 23:40:00||Susan Jennifer Thackray|
|Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||13/01/15 11:14:00||Julie Morse|
|Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||13/01/15 13:57:00||David Marles|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||13/01/15 14:13:00||Paul Fisher|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||15/01/15 09:46:00||David Marles|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||15/01/15 09:54:00||Julie Morse|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Leipzig & Colditz||15/01/15 12:11:00||Nigel Brooks|