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1. Theater des Lachens
The theater of the laugh is a free puppet theater based in Frankfurt (Oder) at Ziegelstraße 31. The theater mainly deals with the genre doll and figure theater and offers a regular schedule for adults and children. In addition, the theater is represented at numerous puppet theater festivals at home and abroad. The Theater des Lachens has been organizing the Festival for Eastern European Figure Theater Osthafen every two years since 2006.
2. Stadt- & Regionalbibliothek
The Frankfurt (Oder) City and Regional Library (SRB), part of the Kultureigenbetrieb Frankfurt (Oder), is a public library located in two buildings in the centre of the city. It offers the latest standards in historic, listed buildings. In the Germany-wide library ranking, it took 1st place in the years 2009–2012 in order fulfillment and even received gold status in 2013, making it in the top group of the library index.
The Savior Chapel Frankfurt (Oder) in the return settlement (also Siedlung Klingetal), Eichenweg 40/41, 15234 Frankfurt (Oder) is a wooden church in the municipality of Sankt Georg of the Evangelical parish of Frankfurt (Oder) in the church district of Oderland-Spree of the Evangelical Church in Berlin-Brandenburg -Slesische Upper Lusatia. It is used and gradually renovated by the church and a support association.
4. Plac Wolności
Freedom Square – one of the squares in the center of Słubic. It contains a square with an old pipe oak, which is a monument of nature, and besides it also walking alleys and benches. Two streets are directly adjacent to Freedom Square: Mikołaj Reja and Codchorążych. This square is a kind of link between two others, namely Friendship Square and John Paul II Square.
Kleistpark is a green area in Frankfurt (Oder) named after Heinrich von Kleist. The park is now about six hectares in the district of Upper City. It is bordered to the north by Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, to the east by the Autostraße belonging to Leipziger Straße, to the south by the Princely Walder Straße and to the west by Humboldtstraße.
6. Wikipedia Monument
The Wikipedia Monument, located in Słubice, Poland, is a statue designed by Armenian sculptor Mihran Hakobyan honoring Wikipedia contributors. It was unveiled in Frankfurt Square on 22 October 2014 in a ceremony that included representatives from both local Wikimedia chapters and the Wikimedia Foundation.
7. Dorfkirche Lichtenberg
The village church of Lichtenberg is the former church in Lichtenberg, today's district of the city of Frankfurt (Oder) in Brandenburg. At the end of the Second World War, it was destroyed by fighting and is now only preserved as a ruin. The church is under monument protection.
8. Kościół pw. Ducha Świętego
Church Holy Spirit in Słubice-a parish church belonging to the Rzepin deanery, the Diocese of Zielona Góra-Gorzów, the Szczecin-Kamieńska metropolis, located in Słubice, in the Słubice poviat, in the Lubuskie Voivodeship, located at ul. Wojska Polskiego 140 in Słubice.
9. Cerkiew Opieki Matki Bożej w Słubicach
The church dedicated to the care of the Mother of God - the Orthodox parish church in Słubice was being built. It belongs to the deanery of the Zielona Góra Diocese of Wrocław-Szczecin Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.
10. Martin Luther
Martin Luther was a German priest, theologian, author, hymnwriter, professor, and Augustinian friar. He was the seminal figure of the Protestant Reformation, and his theological beliefs form the basis of Lutheranism.
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