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The trip so far:

All photos obtained from Windows Live Local.

1. Freiburg
2. Offenburg
3. Karlsruhe
4. Mannheim
5. Heilbronn
6. Stuttgart
7. Ulm
8. Augsburg
9A. Munich, Central
9B. Munich, North
9C. Munich, South
10. Nuremburg
11. Bamberg
12. Erfurt
13. Weimar
14. Jena
15. Gera
16. Chemnitz
17A. Dresden, Central and North
17B. Dresden, South

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LEIPZIG - CENTRAL AND EAST

Location of photos

Red = Leipzig - Central and East
Blue = Leipzig - West

1. Awesome looking railroad station!


2. Buildings . . . with cartoons on them.


3. Medieval town center.


4. A big tower.


5. A skyscraper! :banana:


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8. Looks like the zoo.


9. Abandoned railyard and abandoned industry.


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13. Lots of Schrebergarten.


14. Hospital.


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19. There were also versions of this in Munich and Stuttgart. Is it a convention center, or something like that?


20. Quelle!


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22. The BMW plant, in 3 parts. Click to enlarge.




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26. More Schrebergarten.


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29. Commieblocks! :banana:


30. The mall.


31. Old industry. Has a certain charm to it.


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38. The university, with lots of construction.


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47. New housing.


48. More new housing.


49. And still more new housing.


50. Round!! :banana:


51. Mega-Schrebergarten.


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55. Water tower disguised as a Roman coliseum.


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i visited leipzig last year, we were on a fieldtrip in berlin and all complained about having to go, but we found a charming and vibrant city centre with some absolutely beautiful buildings! the train station is amazing, the biggest in europe i think. leipzig is a very pleasant surprise from the old GDR. to be honest it's changed a lot of my thinking on the old east German towns! thanks for photos :)
 
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