A street view panorama of the Ferdinand-Lassalle-Strasse between Moschelesstraße and Davidstraße. Situated next to the Johannapark and close to Leipzigs’ city centre in the Bachviertel district this is one of Leipzigs most attractive living areas. The high percentage of preserved Gründerzeit architecture adds to that effect. Surprising in this street view is the symmetry of these seven buildings, which is not visible standing in the street. In reality even more tress are standing there, some of which we edited out to make anything visible at all. A good view however is offered by the 45° aerial view at Google Maps. There is also an additional panorama of the opposing park side, the Johannapark which is also a part of the larger Clara-Zetkin-Park. Both views were presented together at the Leipzig Young Contemporary inside the Clara-Zetkin-Park in september 2013. The street is named after the german politician Ferdinand Lassalle (1825-1864), one of the founders of the social democratic party of germany (SPD).
There are more Leipzig streets we photographed in our archive, which you can find by yellow markers on our worldmap. In case you are interested in us creating a streetline montage for one of these streets please contact us.