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This Notenbogen-Entdeckerpass (Music Arc Discovery Passport) invites you on a tour to eight stops on the Leipziger Notenbogen music route (Stops 4, 6, 9,  11, 12, 13, 15, 18). There are three further stops which aren’t part of the Notenbogen, but which are connected to Jewish culture, and therefore are marked on the city plan with the letters A, B and C and also with a Star of David. ( )


A  Ariowitsch House
B Central German Library for the Blind (former “Ephraim-Carlebach-School”)
C Keilstraße Synagogue (Former Brodyer Synagogue or also Talmud-Tora Synagogue
04 Gustav Mahler’s apartment building
06 Erwin Schulhoff’s apartment building
09 “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” Music and Theatre School (former conservatory)
11 Location of the second Gewandhaus, Mendelssohn waterside
12 Leipzig Municipal Library- Music Library Peter
13 Location of Ez Chaim Synagogue
15 Location of Synagogue Gottschedstraße (former “temple”)
16 Mendelssohn Memorial at the St. Thomas Church.