What is Leipzig?

  • (noun): A city in southeastern Germany famous for fairs; formerly a music and publishing center.

Leipzig

Leipzig ( /ˈlaɪptsɪɡ/; ) with more than 530,000 inhabitants, is one of the two largest cities (along with Dresden) in the federal state of Saxony, Germany. Leipzig is situated about 150 km south of Berlin at the confluence of the Weisse Elster, Pleiße and Parthe rivers at the southerly end of the North German Plain.

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Christian Gottlieb Ludwig
... From 1728 he studied medicine and botany at the University of Leipzig, but due to lack of funds was forced to discontinue his studies, therefore taking a job as a botanist on an African expedition under the leadership ... his studies, and from 1736 gave lectures at Leipzig ... At Leipzig he successively became a full professor of medicine (1747), pathology (1755), and therapy (1758) ...
Leipzig - Gallery
... Federal Administrative Court of Germany New Town Hall (Leipzig) Leipzig Opera St ... Nicholas Church, Leipzig Leipzig Central Station The new Paulinum-Church of the University of Leipzig City-Hochhaus Leipzig The Gewandhaus Cospudener See Leipzig Zoological Garden ...
Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Season 2005 - Grand Prixs – Singapore, Leipzig, Lisbon, Detroit
... Kit Dennis Yuliadinata Shu Komuro Oliver Oks Gabriel Kang GP Leipzig (26–27 March) Rustam Bakirov Rosario Maij Max Bracht Niki Jedlicka Philip Fetzer Sune Ellegard Bernardo Da Costa Cabral Mateusz Dabkowski GP ...
Augusteum (Leipzig)
... The Augusteum was a building on the Augustusplatz in Leipzig, to the left of the Paulinerkirche ... It was the original site of the University of Leipzig ...
Matthias Zimmerling - Playing Career
... who played as a striker, began his career in the late 1980s, playing for Lokomotive and Chemie Leipzig in the DDR-Oberliga ... However, he failed to establish himself in the first team, and returned to Leipzig, briefly rejoining FC Chemie (now renamed FC Sachsen) ... Union Berlin (two spells), Energie Cottbus (two spells), Carl Zeiss Jena, Sachsen Leipzig for a third time, and VfL Halle 96 ...