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Leipzig / Leipzig is unique. A place where tradition meets dynamism, where classic art meets the avant-garde. Leipzig is cosmopolitan - you can sense it everywhere.
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The Kanupark Markkleeberg is located on the southeast shore of Lake Markkleeberg south of Leipzig. In 2015, the white-water rafting facility was voted among Germany’s 100 most popular tourist attractions.  Photo: Kanupark Markkleeberg

The Kanupark Markkleeberg is located on the southeast shore of Lake Markkleeberg south of Leipzig. In the white-water rafting facility was voted among Germany’s 100 most popular tourist attractions.

The Kanupark Markkleeberg offers a lot of fun for anyone in search of adventure.  Photo: Kanupark Markkleeberg

The Kanupark Markkleeberg offers a lot of fun for anyone in search of adventure.

Franz Anton and Jan Benzien, the reigning world champions in white-water slalom, regularly train at Kanupark Markkleeberg.  Photo: Kanupark Markkleeberg

Franz Anton and Jan Benzien, the reigning world champions in white-water slalom, regularly train at Kanupark Markkleeberg.

An annual highlight is the Cardboard Boat Race: 15 teams build up their boats out of cardboard and compete against each other. In 2015, 8.000 visitors came to see this spectacular event.  Photo: Kanupark Markkleeberg

An annual highlight is the Cardboard Boat Race: 15 teams build up their boats out of cardboard and compete against each other. In visitors came to see this spectacular event.

The Kanupark Markkleeberg is one of the world's most modern white-water parks. From a technical point of view, the artificial white-water slalom course can compare with the Olympic facilities in London, Sydney or Athens.  Photo: Kanupark Markkleeberg

The Kanupark Markkleeberg is one of the world's most modern white-water parks. From a technical point of view, the artificial white-water slalom course can compare with the Olympic facilities in London, Sydney or Athens.

Linked to the exhibition “Eugène Delacroix and Paul Delaroche. History as a Sensation“, the collection of French contemporary art of the Leipzig silk merchant Adolph Heinrich Schletter is exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig

Linked to the exhibition “Eugène Delacroix and Paul Delaroche. History as a Sensation“, the collection of French contemporary art of the Leipzig silk merchant Adolph Heinrich Schletter is exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig

Impressive loans from various international museums, including the Louvre, are shown in Leipzig. The Kunsthalle Bremen lended Delacroix’ Faust-Cycle (1825-27)

Impressive loans from various international museums, including the Louvre, are shown in Leipzig. The Kunsthalle Bremen lended Delacroix’ Faust-Cycle

The exhibition at the Museum of Fine Art Leipzig presents a comparison between the two French history painters Eugène Delacroix (1798 - 1863) and Paul Delaroche (1797 – 1856)

The exhibition at the Museum of Fine Art Leipzig presents a comparison between the two French history painters Eugène Delacroix - and Paul Delaroche –

Paul Delaroche’s masterpiece “Napoleon abdicating in Fontainebleau” is currently shown in the exhibition “Eugène Delacroix and Paul Delaroche. History as a Sensation“ at the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig until 17 January 2016.

Paul Delaroche’s masterpiece “Napoleon abdicating in Fontainebleau” is currently shown in the exhibition “Eugène Delacroix and Paul Delaroche. History as a Sensation“ at the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig until 17 January

The show was opened by Burkhard Jung, Oliver Bierhoff and Wolfgang Niersbach.

Fotos vom Lichtfest / Festival of Lights - Lichtfest

Oliver Bierhoff, manager of the German football team; Burkhard Jung, major of Liepzig and Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) at the festival of lights.

Oliver Bierhoff, manager of the German football team; Burkhard Jung, major of Liepzig and Wolfgang Niersbach, president of the German Football Association (DFB) at the festival of lights.