Lie arrived in Leipzig with his family in the middle of April 1886. He was forty-four years old, Anna was thirty-two, and the children, nine, four and two. They moved into the ground floor of a house at Seeburgstrasse 5 — a few minutes’ walk from the university — and they were to live there for the full twelve years they stayed in Leipzig. Mrs. Anna and the children would gradually come to thrive so well there among their friends, at social events and school, that it was difficult for them to return to Norway.
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