Good day dear mates! @travoved is here!
And it's time for 6th part of my trip to Germany.
In this part you'll know about our visit to small city Halle which is located not far from Leipzig.
So let's start!
Our trip started at Leipzig railway terminal where after visiting the railway museum we took ICE train and went straight to Halle.
Of course I can tell more details about this museum and Leipzig railway terminal. But I think this place deserves separate post coz it has big history behind it.
In Halle we arrived after half an hour and part of us went to Halle Zoo and another one by their own business.
In zoo we spent nearly three hours. But in my opinion it's not big zoo especially if to compare it with Prague or Berlin zoos. Anyway I need to say that it has good point of view from it's tower.
After zoo we went back to railway terminal and then went one small cafe. On the way there we passed under the bridge where the whole space is decorated with graffiti. And my respct to people who did it! I think they are put their soul in it!
Then we so such noticable advertising of Bordell/bar &saloon.
Some of our mates even wanted to visit it personaly but we hadn't time(he-he)
Near this plas as I understood from our local friend located marshalling yard walls near which also have graffiti.
After lunch closer to the evening all together we went back to Halle railway terminal. And on this path we noticed even more graffiti on the walls.
On this paintings you can see George Frideric (or Frederick) Handel who was born in Hall in the same year with Bach and Domenico Scarlatti.
When we came to the Halle railway terminal we took tickets to Leipzig and had a little bit free time. So not to waste it we took a cup of coffee in local cafe and made last shoots in Halle.
So when we came back to Leipzig we redressed and walked all together aroundevening city and had late dinner in Hans im Gluck cafe.
As a conclusion I want to say that this small city which was founded in 806 a.d. along with Magdeburg, it is the largest city in the population of Saxony-Anhaltyou. And if you like quiet cozy cities you can visit it if you have enough time.
P.s. previous parts of my trip you can find at this links:
Berlin part 1
Tasteem overview of streetfood in Berlin
Tasteem overview of Schifferboerse restaurant in Hamburg
Tasteem overview of Schnitzelei restaurant in Berlin
Tasteem overview of Gilden im Zims restaurant in Cologne
Tasteem overview of Bohm's Herrenkeller restaurant in Nuremberg
Tasteem overview of Ratskeller Leipzig restaurant
Tasteem overbiew of Gusto restaurant in Leipzig