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Thiemendorfer Mark 2
Phone: (49) 34 954650
Fax: (49) 34 95465556
Thiemendorfer Mark 2 Sandersdorf, Brehna, DE, 06796
- Phone: (49) 34 954650
- Fax: (49) 34 95465556
Evangelische Kirche Mösthinsdorf is a historical church in the city which hosts concerts regularly.
This famous brewery promises its visitors a dose of fun as well as a little bit of extra information. They provide guided bus tours (Ur-Krostitzer beer Express) for groups of 15 and more, adults and children alike,and take you into the secrets of brewing. Learn and see the process of beer and champagne making with the experts around the industrial estate. The fun part comes with the free tasting at the end of the tour. Don't forget to collect your surprise gift before you go home in 'high spirits'.
This expansive open-air stadium is the training ground of the popular FC Sachsen Leipzig soccer team. With a capacity of over 18,000 persons, and a variety of amenities, the stadium is able to accommodate more than just soccer training workshops. From music events to sporting matches, it hosts a range of activities throughout the year.
Built in the late 19th Century, Auferstehungskirche Leipzig was constructed as a makeshift church, but was subsequently restored to its current strength by Leipzig architect Paul Lange. The height of the structure is 18 meters and it has a seating capacity of more than 600. The church is famous for the Kugeldenkmal Möckern, which is a monument surrounded by cannonballs on each direction, installed by the Silesian army to commemorate their victory in the battle in early 19th Century. A place recommended for those interested in a historic tour. Call for further information.
When asked to name a famous writer who used to live in Leipzig, most people would think of Goethe rather than Schiller. Yet, the great author, poet and playwright Friedrich Schiller (1759-1805) spent several years working here and produced classics such as Don Carlos or An die Freude, while living in the district of Gohlis. Situated in an old, half-timbered farmhouse, the Schillerhaus commemorates Schiller's works, and provides an overview of everyday life at the time. As such, it offers a fascinating insight into German literature as well as Leipzig's local history.
While most of Leipzig's major sights are situated in the city center, the outskirts are also home to the occasional highlight. For example, it's well worth the trip out to Leipzig-Gohlis, once a village in the countryside, but part of greater Leipzig since the late 19th century. Here visitors will find the Friedenskirche, an ancient church with an impressive organ and tower, the latter offering great vistas over the surrounding area. Those interested in a broader history of the city could pop in here on their way to the Gosenschänke Ohne Bedenken.
The beautiful cloister for the historic Merseburg cathedral has great examples of ancient sculpture and is one of the main areas in the cathedral.
After the complete makeover it received in 2003, exclusively for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Championships, Red Bull Arena (formerly Zentralstadion) is one of the most modern stadiums in the world. Over 45,000 spectators can enjoy intense matches, complete with the state-of-the-art lighting and sound facilities. There is also a large hospitality area which is ideal for receptions, large gatherings and social events.
Located in Merseburg, the Merseburger Dom is a magnificent church built in the 11th Century and has sterling pieces of artwork from that period.
Spread across 118 hectares of greenland, the Rosental (literally translated as Rose Valley) is a historic park belonging to the 17th Century. The park is bound by the Leipzig zoo in the east and the river Parthe in the north. The park consists of various structures like the 15 meter high steel Observation Tower, which was once made of wood. Besides, the park is also used for recreation purposes and to host social events. A great place for a recreational evening with your family. Call for more information.
Michaeliskirche opens its arms to all fellowmen from every strata of the society. The church architecture is beautiful with stained glass work, the marble altar and the wooden decorative works. Surely one of the interesting structures, this place will give you an idea of the rich culture and history. So whether you are in the mood for beautiful church architecture or just some old-time religion, this is the spot.
This has been a popular venue in Cottaweg locality. Kleinmesseplatz has been hosting a variety of cultural events and trade fairs that has been attracting public attention. With a convenient location and good parking facilities, this place is ranked as a preferred location by many. Circus events are also hosted here.