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Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI

Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI
Leipzig City Tour with our Iraqi guests from ICSSI

On 27.03.19, as part of our project “Preventing Violent Extremism as a Root Cause of Migration”, we organised a city tour by tram and by foot. We climbed the 91 meter high Monument to the Battle of the Nations, from which we had an incredible view over the city. Afterwards we went to the Russian-Orthodox Church and gained a brief insight into the religious practice there. The city tour culminated with a visit to the University of Leipzig and Paulinum, from where we went to a café to share the experiences we had accumulated over the previous days and the newly acquired knowledge about politics, history and religion in Germany in comparison to Iraq.

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