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This famous church, built in 1165, ud where Johann Sebastián Bach was the musical director between 1723-50. It is built in the Romanesque style but by the 18th century Baroque elements were added.
This church rose to fame in 1989 with the Monday Demonstrations, a...More
This church played a major historically role as a gathering place and the interior is simply stunning. Columns matching the one outside in the most lovely pastels. Please keep in mind that there are two major churches worth a stop in Leipzig.
Visited this church on a trip to Leipzig. it was really nice to walk around inside and there is a small room close to the altar which explains the protests in the 1980s. However, these are all in German and it would be useful if...More
Pink and green marble inside. The tops of the columns were crafted into palm leaves to represent Palm Sunday - all in remembrance of the Quiet Revolution. (One of these columns was also to be found outside in the adjacent square.)
This church was right across from our hotel in the center of Leipzig. Several times we sat outside our hotel and just watched the scene on Augustusplatz and around the church. We went inside while a service was going on so we didn’t get any...More