Leipzig, Germany: The new city hall
Leipzig is, with a population of over 510,200, the largest city in the federal state of Saxony, Germany. It is situated at the confluence of the Rivers Pleiße, White Elster and Parthe.
Leipzig is well-known for its university and its trade fair. Germany's first labour party was founded in the city.
Neues Rathaus: the city hall was built in 1905 upon the remains of the Pleißenburg, a castle that was the site of the debate between Johann Eck and Martin Luther in 1519