The Schubert Stele was erected in 1929 in what is now Clara Zetkin Park.
In 1928, the Leipzig Men's Choir initiated the construction of a monument to Schubert on the 100th anniversary of his death. One year later, in 1929, the Schubert Stele was inaugurated at what is now Anton-Bruckner-Allee, in which was then King Albert Park (today Clara Zetkin Park). Leipzig sculptor Margarete Tschaplowitz-Seifert designed the 3.8 m high monument. The tall, slender stele consists of three granite blocks placed one above the other, the cross-section of which forms an isosceles triangle.