The most famous portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach is back home. The painting is now in Leipzig where it was made and where the great classical composer lived much of his life. The portrait was donated by the Scheide family who owned it.
Leipzig has just celebrated its thousand years of history, and repeating back after the devastation of World War II and the conformity of the Soviet era, with the goal of once again become one of the capital of Music in Europe. It is not a case that has been defined by the New York Times the “new Berlin”, a young, creative and dynamic that will leave everyone stunned with its trendy bars, art galleries and trendy spaces.Read More »Leipzig: The St. Nicholas church