:-) The or Mother’s Tower is the newest of the three towers.It is often used by romantic German couples for registry office weddings.The municipal area immediately borders the independent city of Halle in the southwest and the Nordsachsen district of Saxony in the southeast.
You can see much of the old town from there, and also enjoy a panoramic look at the countryside in the Lech River valley.
The town is located between the cities of Halle, about 19 km (12 mi) in the southwest, Leipzig, about 25 km (16 mi) in the southeast, and Bitterfeld-Wolfen, about 15 km (9.3 mi) in the north.
Located in the Leipzig Bay of the North German Plain, Landsberg lies within the larger Leipzig-Halle agglomeration in the Central German Metropolitan Region.
About 150 executions were held there after members of the Nazi party had been tried and convicted as war criminals.
Lands around Landsberg am Lech were also used as a concentration camp during the last days of the war.
Landsberg Castle from the 12th century onwards was the seat of the Margraves of Landsberg.