A complete view of the west front of the Augustusplatz in Leipzig in a linear panorama. From left to right we see the mdr-concertcube, behind it the City-Highrise (also called Uniriese), the main building of the University Leipzig and the Paulinum, the so called café Felsche building, the Grimmaische Strasse, the Königsbau, the Kroch-Highrise and the Dresdner Bank building.
The City-Hochhaus was finnished in 1972 as a part of the Karl-Marx-University and for one year it was the highest skyscraper of germany. It does not belong to the university any more, today. The main university building next to it was newly built in recent years, the new Augusteum. Together with the new Paulinum and the newly built Café Felsche building a contemporary complex designed by Erick van Egeraat, which resembles the old buildings pre WWII, has been errected.
This street view composition had been created before, in 2011. Then the new university complex was still unfinnished: Augustusplatz/Goethestraße (see link for more details and infos on the buildings). Both panoramas were partly used for the complete panorama composition of the 3.5 km long Leipziger Rings.