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Leipzig is one of the two largest cities in the federal state of Saxony, Germany, and is situated about 100 miles south of Berlin at the confluence of the Weisse Elster, Pleisse and Parthe rivers at the southerly end of the Northern German Plain. Leipzig has always been a trade city, situated at the junction of two important trade routes. After World War II, Leipzig became a major centre within the Communist German Democratic Republic but its cultural and economic importance declined. Leipzig has undergone significant change with the restoration of some historical buildings and the demolition of others. Leipzig was ranked 86th in the world as a livable city.

Top Attractions Within Leipzig

St. Thomas Church in Leipzig is the most famous place where Johann Sebastian Bach worked as a cantor. The composer Bach was choir director from 1723 until his death in 1750. There is a statue of Bach that stands next to the church was dedicated in 1908. The Church is a wonderful place where tourists can enjoy a wonderful time in a quiet environement.

New Town Hall is the seat of Leipzig city administration since 1905. It stands within the Leipzig ring road on the south west corner opposite the city library. In 1895 the city of Leipzig was granted the site of the Pleissenburg by the Kingdom of Saxony to build a new town hall. The foundation stone of the New Town Hall was laid on the 19th October 1899. It is a landmark of Leipzig that must not be missed.

Leipzig Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Germany and among the oldest in the world, and open daily without charge. The Botanical Garden of Leipzig dates back to 1542, although the garden has moved several times. Today, the garden has more than 7000 species and geographic arrangements of plants from the steppes of Eastern Europe and Asia, forests of the northern hemisphere, prairies and eastern North America, as well as a marsh and pond.