Apel-stones

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Two Apel-stones.

The Apel-stones, named after the writer Theodor Apel from Leipzig who commissioned them, mark important events during the Battle of Leipzig. There are 50 all in all. They were sculpted by A. F. Aster and put up between 1861 and 1865.

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