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Berlin - Leipzig - Heidelberg - does this make sense?

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I intend to leave Berlin in the morning to travel by train to Heidelberg. However, there is a monument I'd love to see in Leipzig (Monument to the Battle of the Nations) and it seems Leipzig is along the way. I'd only want to stop in Leipzig to see this, and then get back on the train and continue to Heidelberg. It seems this should be easy since Leipzig looks like it's on the way. The catch is, I want to do this all in one day and arrive in Heidelberg in the early evening at the latest. So I would hope this detour would only take me ~2 hours or so.

Is this even remotely possible?

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