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"Stadt Theater in Leipzig"  Front of the Leipzig Theathre, destroyed in 1943 in WW II  The theatre was built during the years of 1864-68 by Carl Friedrich Langhans (his father built the Brandenburger Tor in Berlin). It was located in the North of 'Augustenplatz'. Nowadays the Opera is there.  Hand coloured steel engraving of the draft of Carl Ferdinand Langhans  Published in "Zeitschrift für Bauwesen", Berlin 1870

Architecture, City Views, Germany, Saxonia, Leipzig, Theatre

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"Stadt Theater in Leipzig".

Front view of Leipzig theatre, destroyed in 1943 in WW 2.

Frontalansicht. Das Neue Theater wurde von Carl Ferdinand Langhans in den Jahren 1864-68 an der
Nordseite des Augustusplatz gebaut. Es stand dort bis zu seiner vollständigen Zerstörung im Zweiten Weltkrieg.
Jetzt steht an seinem Platz die 1956-60 gebaute Oper.

Steel engraving by Ritter. Hand colored

Design by Carl Ferdinan Langhans

Handkolorierter Stahlstich von Ritter

Entwurf Carl Ferdinand Langhans

Light general age toning.

Published in / Erschienen in "Zeitschrift für Bauwesen".

Berlin, 1870

Image: 31 x 54 cm (ca. 12.2 x 21.3")

Full page:43 x 58 cm (ca. 16.9 x 22.8")

 


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