Die Villa and its legendary Sprachabend

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"In Die Villa I have learned Slovak and a few words of Esperanto; I have practised Arabic; and I feel like I am well on the way to finally mastering French slang."

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interaction Leipzig: a chance to connect creatively

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You can say hi to the folks at interaction Leipzig at their winter party. Finally the pandemic has let up and is allowing the community to meet again. I hope you can also find kindred spirits and stimulating activities from among their offers.

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Moritzbastei: lunch at the old city fortress

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Moritzbastei is hard to miss - it's a huge building located in the city center, right next to the main Leipzig University campus. If you live or have been to Leipzig, you've probably at least walked by it. It's a popular tourist attraction and cultural center, hosting concerts, plays, and other events, besides serving yummy

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Smut Slam Leipzig starts the year with a bang (pun intended)

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Smut Slam Leipzig is a place for all types of performers. The setting is casual, facilitated, and non-judgmental. If you're a performer and want to tell a story from your life, or prefer to just watch, come right in!

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GET TO KNOW LEIPZIG AND ITS QUARTERS

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The city consists of various quarters, each with its own unique atmosphere and allure, which you most likely would love to get to know. The following are brief descriptions of six of the most prominent districts in Leipzig: Plagwitz, Lindenau, Reudnitz, Eisenbahnstraße, Südvorstadt, and Zentrum. We also give some highlights of places to visit.

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GUIDE FOR LEIPZIG RESIDENTS AND VISITORS IN ENGLISH

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Transport, fun for children and families, medical emergencies, German culture: Almost everything you wanted to know about daily life in Leipzig but were too afraid to ask. Courtesy of Blossom Foster. You may want to bookmark this one!

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