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... afternoon when there was a concert at Nikolaikirche. From the advertising on the church I was expecting an organ concert, however it was a combination organ and Blechbläser (brass) concert. The small brass orchestra consisted of about 25 musicians. One of the members really stood out. While the members were generally in the 30 year old and above age range, there was one member who I would guess was about 10 years of age. The pieces consisted of a wide range of music ...
... br> interconnected via walkways. After studying the placard I made a decision on
where I thought I needed to go, even though cardiology wasn’t listed. It was
helpful that each building had a different number and then each section of the
buildings was further divided into areas designated by a letter. My decision to
go to the Inneremedizin area proved to be correct as I found a listing Kardiologie
area within it. Once there I saw a sign indicating Zentrum ...
Not a whole lot happened today. Most museums closed, so I spent lots of time in bookstores and poking around. I did go to the Stasi-Museum, which was interesting and not what I expected. It was very grass-roots, including hand-lettered signs on cardboard. Again, part of the unequivocally critical take on the ...
... Forum Leipzig, which has a permanent exhibit about Germany's divided history. This exhibit surprised me, because the take-away message was really negative. The exhibit was quite disorganized and (maybe intentionally) mixed the examples of every-day life with information about spying, oppression, and escape attempts. Also interesting is that much of the exhibit wS only in German. I had ...
... buildings were neat. I also had a nice cup of tea and piece of okay cake in the peaceful cafe there. In the evening, I walked around the area of the hotel, which is the Südvorstadt. It's a nice and lively part of the city, sort of reminiscent of Portland's Alberta district. Had dinner (a giant bowl of soljanka) at a nice place called Cafe ...
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