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Visiting this church was so poignant given its history and connection with the peaceful revolution. Many thanks to the friendly man in the shop who put up with my terrible German to explain what it was like to be there during the 1989 demonstrations. The...More
St. Nicholas Church is not to be missed in Leipzig. Moving from the station you run into it inevitably. The Church was built in 1165 after Leipzig received the status of the city. Naturally it was built in the Romanesque style. However, it looks younger...More
Nikolaikirche is a study in contrast. The gothic exterior in autumnal colours did not prepare me for the light neo classical interiors. But the enjoyment was in the surprise! The various ceiling designs are so delightful and largely washed in light summery pastel tones. The...More
It is hard to describe the beauty of this church. From the fronds leading out of the columns to the altar and the ceiling, it is simply a place of amazing beauty. When we were there two musicians were practicing for a concert with the...More