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International bike polo players flock to Böhlitz-Ehrenberg

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The bike polo enthusiasts congregating at Böhlitz-Ehrenberg invite you to come hang out and get to know the game during their tournament this weekend, featuring players from six countries (and an after party). (Photo courtesy of Bike Polo Leipzig)

The bike polo enthusiasts congregating at Böhlitz-Ehrenberg invite you to come hang out and get to know the game during their tournament this weekend, featuring players from six countries (and an after party).

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WGT and Stadtfest become fast friends

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In a time when everything seems increasingly polarised, this weekend Leipzigers and visitors from all over the world came together to celebrate life.

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So you want to live in Leipzig?

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Leipzig Zentrum-Ost. (Photo: Marjon Borsboom)

Marjon helps you think on practical terms if you decide to take the leap and land in LE.

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Guide to Wave-Gotik-Treffen 2017

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Wave-Gotik-Treffen 2015. Photo: Ana Ribeiro

Leipzig comes so alive as it goes back to black. Here are some tips to join in the vibrant darkness at WGT, 2-5 June 2017 – even if you feel like you’re crashing the party.

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FKK: nudism, me and eastern Germany

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This alternative pair lay on a stony place nearby Rewe (after their shopping) in Plagwitz (Zschochersche Str.) on 17 May, 2017. They agreed with the publication. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)

“Here too it was ‘all nude, all the time,’ and we had to pick our way to chairs through a gaggle of naked, 60ish women who reclined leafing through back issues of SuperIllu, a sort of eastern German version of People magazine specializing in former GDR celebrities and their offspring.”

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An architect’s jaunt through Leipzig

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Rubab Paracha shares her impressions of Leipzig as a curious Ausländer and architect by trade. Photo: Rubab Paracha

I always wonder how the architects who designed these buildings with a specific purpose in mind would react if they saw the way their buildings are used today.

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