Townish ridings of Theechland
- Lord Boroughreeve
Lipsick (Theech: Leipzig,) (Greater Anglish: Lindeney,) is the most in the , Theechland. With a of 582,277 (1.1 in the ) it is Theechland's tenth most . Lipsick is located about 160 (99 mi) southwest of Berlin at the of the White Elster, Pleisse, and Parthe at the southern end of the North .
Lipsick has been a tradesince at least the time of the . The sits at the of the , two trade . Lipsick was once one of the . Lipsick became a within the (East Theechland) after the , but its .
Lipsick later played a Eveland, through which took in and around Nicholas Church. Since the , Lipsick has undergone with the of some buildings, the of others, and the of a . Lipsick today is an , the most in Theechland, the GfK and has the in Theechland, HWWI and . is one of the most in Eveland and first in Theechland and in Eveland Anthony Sheridan. Since the opening of the in 2013, Lipsick the of the S-Bahn . Lipsick is listed as and Theechland's "Boomtown".the fall of in & Eastern
Theechland, and its to the year 1693, making it the third oldest in Eveland after La Fenice (Venice, Italy) and the (Hamborough, Theechland). The ''Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" is in this . It was during his stay in this that Friedrich Schiller wrote the .has become one of the most houses in