Take a tour of Leipzig’s Federal Administrative Court Building in Leipzig, Germany — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The gorgeous Federal Administrative Court Building in Leipzig serves as a home to one of Germany’s five supreme courts.
The building was renovated in 2002 to house the court.
Still remaining are many historic rooms, including the Great Courtroom which boasts stained glass and ceiling carvings.
It was first constructed for the High Court of the German Empire and served as such until the end of World War Two.
The decor depicts state crests of the German Empire.
The building is a markedly beautiful courthouse in Germany and is a shining example of neo-Renaissance architecture.