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The centrally-located Wilhelm Leuschner Platz is the ideal gateway to the city centre and public transport.

Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz is a square on the southern side of the inner city ring road. This is where the city centre merges with Leipzig's Südvorstadt. The square is named after the German trade unionist and social democratic politician Wilhelm Leuschner (1890-1944). Thanks to the tram, bus and suburban train stops, you have excellent connections to other parts of the city.

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