UEFA Euro 2024 Host City - Leipzig

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Discover Leipzig, a beautiful and dynamic city in East Germany, set to host the UEFA Euro 2024.

With over 600,000 residents, Leipzig boasts a rich history, from the Monday Demonstrations of 1989 to its deep cultural roots.

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Rich Historical Tapestry

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Despite WWII bombings, landmarks like St. Thomas Church and Auerbach’s Keller stand tall, reflecting Leipzig’s enduring spirit.

The Old Rathaus, built in 1556, now a museum, showcases Renaissance and baroque styles, captivating visitors with its grandeur.

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Architectural Marvels

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Auerbach’s Keller, immortalized by Goethe in Faust, is one of Germany’s oldest pubs.

St. Thomas Church, where Bach served as a cantor, and Mendelssohn’s statue nearby, celebrate Leipzig’s rich musical heritage.

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Musical Heritage

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The Völkerschlachtdenkmal, Europe’s largest monument, commemorates Napoleon’s 1813 defeat.

Leipzig’s zoo, vibrant markets, and dynamic nightlife make it a city where boredom is never an option. Explore, enjoy, and embrace Leipzig!

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