Take a tour of Gohlis Castle in Leipzig, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The Rococo style Gohlis Castle is considered to be one of the smallest in Saxony, a testament to the usual enormity of German castles. Built in the mid 18th century, this elegant structure was commissioned by a prominent and wealthy member of the Leipzig community. The striking colors and intricate inlays of the exterior speak to the grandeur lavished upon this castle. The delicate statues, gardens, and wrought iron gate in the front courtyard further enhance the allure of this structure. The many rows of windows surrounding the building provide both visual appeal and let in the natural light necessary to completely appreciate the beautifully painted ceilings. The castle is now a center for the culinary art, as well as other fine arts and music, and houses a cafe within its walls.