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University of Leipzig

The University of Leipzig (in German, Universität Leipzig), located in Leipzig in the Free State of Saxony, is the second oldest in Germany.
It was founded on December 2, 1409 by Frederick I, the Elector of Saxony and his brother William II, Margrave de Meißen. In its origin, it was formed by four faculties. Currently, it has fourteen faculties and has about 26,000 students. The University has completed more than 600 uninterrupted years dedicated to teaching and research.

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Higher School of Music and Theater «Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy» of Leipzig

The Higher School of Music and Theater «Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy» in Leipzig (in German Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ Leipzig) is located in the German city of Leipzig in the state of Saxony. It was founded by Felix Mendelssohn in 1843 as Conservatorium der Musik, which makes it the oldest Higher School of Music in Germany. The Higher Schools of Music, contrary to what its name might indicate, are according to German law, equivalent to a university and therefore have the right of Promotion, that is, they are allowed to offer doctoral programs, unlike of a Fachhochschule, where this is not possible.
The school expanded its teaching field with the incorporation of the dramatic art department in 1992. Today, next to the music universities of Berlin and Cologne, it is the best music and theater university in Germany, recognized both abroad as in the country.

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Gewandhaus

The Gewandhaus is an important concert hall in Leipzig, Germany, and home of the Gewandhaus Orchestra.
The current building is the third one built on the same property.

The first, from 1781, designed by Johann Carl Friedrich Dauthe, was built in the Gewandhaus, a building used until then by the textile industry.
The second, designed by Martin Gropius and famous for its acoustics, which served as a model for other similar theaters, was opened in 1884 and destroyed by bombing during World War II. It was partially hit by an Allied bombing on the night of December 3 to 4, 1943, and the roof disappeared in a subsequent bombing on February 20, 1944. The ruins of the Gewandhaus did not disappear, however, until 1968, demolished for leave space for a parking lot, until 2002. Meanwhile, the orchestra used the Kapitol cinema, in 1944 and 1945, and between 1946 and 1981 the Kongreßhalle am Zoo.
The current one, designed by Kurt Masur in a brutalist style in vogue at the time, began to be built in 1977 and opened in 1981, at the time of the German Democratic Republic.

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Leipzig Opera

The Leipzig Opera (in German, Opernhaus Leipzig) is the opera and ballet theater of the city of Leipzig, Germany.
Located in the Augustusplatz, it was inaugurated on October 8, 1960 replacing the Neues Theater, destroyed in 1944 during World War II. It has capacity for 1,426 spectators and in its inauguration it was interpreted The Nuremberg masters of Richard Wagner. The new theater, built by Kunz Nierade, was once the largest in the GDR. After its restoration, which culminated in 2007, it reopened its doors with a new Rienzi production by Richard Wagner, directed by Axel Kober who, together with Riccardo Chailly, shared the musical direction of the theater. Since 2009, and after becoming the first General Musical Director of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Chailly assumes the direction alone.
The company, founded in 1693, is the second oldest in Germany and the third in Europe after La Fenice and Hamburg. [Citation needed] There were premiered Oberón by Carl Maria von Weber (1826), The Vampire of Marschner and Genoveva by Robert Schumann, among others.
The orchestra that plays in the operas is the famous Gewandhaus, previously directed by Arthur Nikisch and Gustav Mahler, which Riccardo Chailly also owns.

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Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig

Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB) of Leipzig (Academy of Visual Arts) is one of the oldest and most important art schools in Germany, founded in 1764. It offers studies in the branches of "Painting / illustration", "Design and graphic arts "," Photography "and" Media art ".

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Church of Saint Thomas (Leipzig)

The church of Saint Thomas (in German, Thomaskirche) is a Lutheran church in the German city of Leipzig. It is known for being the place where Johann Sebastian Bach worked as a singer and where his mortal remains are found.

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Leipzig Zoo

The Leipzig Zoo, or Leipzig Zoo in German is a zoo located in the German town of Leipzig. The zoo opened its doors on June 9, 1878 and was acquired by the city of Leipzig in 1920 after the First World War.

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Reichsgericht

The Court of the Empire (Reichsgericht in German) was the Supreme Court of the German Empire in civil and criminal matters from 1879 to 1945. Its origin is found in the set of organic and procedural laws in judicial matters that, passed in 1877 (Reichsjustizgesetze), entered into force on January 1, 1879.
Based in Leipzig, the Imperial Court created an extensive and complete jurisprudential body during the Guillimine and subsequent periods of the Weimar Republic.
When the Third Reich arrived, the court was no stranger to the prevailing National Socialist ideology and issued resolutions on legal personality, family, matrimonial regime and obligations impregnated with Nazi racist notions even before the enactment of the Nuremberg laws. During and after the Nazi period he was criticized for the ease with which he provided the highest level of legal justification to Hitler's government programs.
After the end of World War II, the Reichsgericht was dissolved and transformed into the German High Court for the unified economic region, that is, for the allied occupation zones of France, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Augustusplatz

The Augustusplatz (Augustus Square) is a square located in the east of the center of Leipzig, Germany. It is the largest square in the city and one of the largest (and, before almost all of its buildings were destroyed by bombing in World War II, one of the most beautiful) in Europe. It is also part of the inner ring of the city and is a central core of the tram network.

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City-hochhaus

City-Hochhaus is a 36-story skyscraper located in Leipzig, Germany. With 142 m high, it is the tallest building in the city. It was designed by architect Hermann Henselmann in the form of an open book, and built between 1968 and 1972. Henselmann's idea followed to build a large tower in the central places of cities, such as the Jen-Tower in Jena and the Tower of telecommunications in Berlin in Berlin.
City-Hochhaus was originally part of the University of Leipzig campus in Augustusplatz, but was sold by the Government of Saxony and is now owned by the American investment bank Merrill Lynch. It was completely renovated between 1999 and 2002, when it lost its aluminum coating, which was replaced by gray granite. It contains offices for rent with tenants such as the radio and television station MDR, the European Energy Exchange and the Panorama restaurant. On the roof there is an observation platform.
The building is nicknamed by the local Weisheitszahn (wisdom tooth) due to its shape or Uniriese (university giant) due to its former use.

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Bust of Richard Wagner

The Bust of Richard Wagner (German: Richard-Wagner-Büste) is a monument dedicated to Richard Wagner located in the city of Leipzig in the northwest of the state of Saxony, one of the 16 that form the European country of Germany. It was inaugurated on February 7, 1983 being a work of local artist Max Klinger.
It is located in a sector of the inner ring or ring road of Leipzig behind the opera house on the eastern slope of the swan pond with views to the west. It is composed of materials such as Bronze with 96 centimeters high and is based on a simple sandstone base.

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Bach-Archiv Leipzig

The Bach-Archiv Leipzig or Bach-Archiv is an institution for the documentation and investigation of the life and work of Johann Sebastian Bach. The Bach-Archiv also investigates the Bach family, especially their musical production.
Located in Leipzig, the city in which Bach resided from 1723 until his death, the archive is recognized by the German government as a "cultural beacon" of national relevance. Since 2008 the Bach-Archiv has been part of the University of Leipzig.

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Church of St. Nicholas (Leipzig)

The church of St. Nicholas (in German: Nikolaikirche)? It has long been one of the most famous churches in Leipzig. He achieved national fame in 1989 with Monday's demonstrations as he became the center of the peaceful rebellion against the socialist regime.

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Leipzig Central Station

Leipzig Central Station (in German, Leipzig Hauptbahnhof) is the most important railway station in Leipzig, Germany. With 83 460 m2, it is the largest train station in the world by area. It has nineteen platforms located in six steel vaults, a multi-storey lobby with imposing stone arches, and a 298-meter-long facade. In December 2013, two underground platforms of the Tunnel of Leipzig.
The station is managed by DB Station & Service, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, and is classified as a Category 1 station, being one of the twenty in Germany with this category. It also works as a large shopping center. The rail services are managed by Deutsche Bahn, S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland, Erfurter Bahn and Mitteldeutsche Regiobahn. As of 2008, the Leipzig Central Station had an average of 120,000 passengers per day.

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Leipzig railway tunnel

The Tunnel of the city of Leipzig is a two-hole railway tunnel for the S-Bahn city center in Leipzig. It connects Leipzig Hauptbahnhof with Markt Central Station, Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz Station and Leipzig Bayerischer Bahnhof.

Construction began in July 2003. The first drilling was structurally completed in March 2008, the second in October 2008. The tunnel and the new roads that link it to the rest of the network were opened to the commercial service on December 15 of 2013.

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