District Contrast – How can one build bridges if there are no gorges?

Schwarzplan Bayerischer Bahnhof

At this very moment you are at the Bayerischer Bahnhof that is one of the most central places in Leipzig. Behind the Portikus emerges one of the most spectacular, new architecture projects. Follow us on our journey through time, the neighbouring districts and its contrasts.

The past

1893, the rattling of the locomotives over the steel of the rails, booms in the ears. Somewhere a foreman shouts instructions into a crowd of people. Steam hisses from the boilers of the huge steam engines. The heat of the coal fires continues to burn in the hearts of the stokers. Stronger, faster, further, the pantheon of an industrialized society. The Bayerische Bahnhof in its heyday.

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