My friends who live in Leipzig insisted that I visit the Panometer. I'm so glad I did. Before entering, there is an excellent history of Leipzig and its background as a trade center. The Panometer is a 360 degree reproduction of what the city looked like after the Battle of Leipzig in 1813 (against Napoleon's troups). The lights rotate so you can see the artwork as if it were different times of the day and night. Also, you can see it from the "ground floor," or go up the stairs and get a different view. There is music that highlights the tragedy of war. At the end, there is a short video that explains how Asisi made the Panometer. I highly recommend this. It's very well done and quite moving.
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