- These are the Max-Planck-Institute for mathematics in the Sciences Max-Planck-Institute for human cognitive and brain Sciences and at the Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary anthropology.
- Regardless of the waterway that flows through you, all the cities have one thing in common: they have successfully made the transition from industry to culture.
- The city employed guards, the light, which had to follow a specific schedule to ensure the punctual lighting of the 700 lanterns.
- The HTWK offers many engineering courses, as well as courses in computer science, mathematics, business administration, library science, museum studies, and social work.
- Just a stone’s throw away in Bochum Jahrhunderthalle (century hall) is a triennial, the most important venue for the Ruhr.
- Many students attended the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy University of music and theatre (called the country of the Conservatory.) However, in 1944, it was closed, because of the second world war.
- According to the records of the two waves of deportations to the Auschwitz concentration camp, there were no survivors.
- Today, the ‘Dortmunder U, the former Dortmunder Union brewery, is a centre for art, creativity and Commerce.
- The fascinating effect of this bold urban development still attracts a lot of attention today, and has earned the approval of international experts.
- Each year, more than 400,000 visitors descend on the museum U-Bahn, and then you go to the top of the winding tower offers a fantastic view over Bochum and the Ruhr area to a height of 63 meters.
- The party capital of the whole region, the Bochum \\\”Bermuda triangle\\\” of bars and clubs, and promises to be an unforgettable evening.
- The Leipzig rivers ( White Elster, New Luppe, Pleisse, and Parthe ) in the city were largely of beds of artificial river and are supplemented by some channels.
- As a University of applied Sciences (German: Fachhochschule ) its status under the University, with more emphasis on the practical part of the training.
- After the reunification of Germany, the immense efforts to restore and expand the transport network has been made, and left the city with an excellent infrastructure.
The outbreak of the Second world war, the majority of stopped working, although some may continue to work through the use of coercion..
It is also known far and wide for the highest Church tower in the world: the ‘Finger of God’ extends to the sky reaching a height of almost 162 meters..
- The Leipzig Gewandhaus orchestra founded in 1743, is one of the oldest Symphony orchestras in the world.
- Eventually thickens to the point where the Nazi functionaries had the power, the evacuation of the Jewish people from their own homes.
- Thomas’ school, Leipzig), the to fame for his long Association with the Bach family of musicians and composers.
- This is founded on the site of the Frankish court around the year 800, and of Ulm’s Royal Palace, the first documented in 854.
- Only a few are left after the years of economic decline during the German Democratic Republic, during the time developed in Frankfurt as a much more important publishing center.
- This abundance of museums is part of something even more significant: the Ruhr area’s emergence as a new cultural region, respects, appreciates and preserves their great industrial heritage.
- The sunlight is very different between winter and summer, with around 51 hours of sunshine in December (1.7 hours per day) an average of 229 hours of sunshine in July (7.4 hours per day).
- The former military airport near Altenburg, Thuringia called Leipzig-Altenburg Airport about a half-hour drive from Leipzig was by flights with Ryanair to 2010.
Robert Schumann was also invited to be active in Leipzig music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, when the latter established Germany’s first musical Conservatoire in the city in the year 1843.