10 Sights in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany.

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1. Theater des Lachens

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The Theater des Lachens is an independent puppet theatre based in Frankfurt (Oder) at Ziegelstraße 31. The theatre deals mainly with the genre of puppet and puppet theatre and offers a regular schedule for adults and children. In addition, the theatre is represented at numerous puppet theatre festivals at home and abroad. Since 2006, the Theater des Lachens has organized the Festival for Eastern European Puppet Theatre Osthafen every two years.

Wikipedia: Theater des Lachens (DE), Website

2. Stadt- & Regionalbibliothek

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Stadt- & Regionalbibliothek Stadt- und Regionalbibliothek Frankfurt (Oder) / CC BY 4.0

The Stadt- und Regionalbibliothek (SRB) Frankfurt (Oder), part of the Kultureigenbetrieb Frankfurt (Oder) is a public library located in two buildings in the center 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 and was thus in the top group of the library index.

Wikipedia: Stadt- und Regionalbibliothek Frankfurt (Oder) (DE), Website

3. Friedensglocke

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The Peace Bell in Frankfurt (the Oder River) is a monument to the Oder River boundary, which was then known as the Oder River Boundary. GDR accepted the Odd-Nesse border as early as 1949 according to the Gollitz Agreement. Frankfurt (Ode) thus became a border town, and the eastern region was known as Shobis Polish. Traditionally, the bell rings on May 1st. September rang the bell for World Peace Day.

Wikipedia: Friedensglocke (Frankfurt (Oder)) (DE)

4. Heilandskapelle

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The Savior Chapel Frankfurt (Oder) in the return settlement, 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-Silesian Oberlausitz. It is used and gradually renovated by the church and a support association.

Wikipedia: Heilandskapelle Frankfurt (Oder) (DE), Heritage Website

5. Kleistpark

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KleistparkRalf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY 3.0

The Kleistpark is a green space in Frankfurt (Oder) named after Heinrich von Kleist. The park, which today covers about six hectares, is located in the "Obere Stadt" district. It is bordered to the north by Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, to the east by the Autostraße belonging to Leipziger Straße, to the south by Fürstenwalder Straße and to the west by Humboldtstraße.

Wikipedia: Kleistpark Frankfurt (Oder) (DE)

6. Plac Wolności

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Plac Wolności - one of the squares in the center of Słubice. It houses a square with an old pedunculate oak, which is a natural monument, and also walking alleys and benches. Two streets adhere directly to Plac Wolności: Mikołaj Reja and Cadet. This square is a kind of connector between the two others, namely the Friendship Square and the Jan Paul II Square.

Wikipedia: Plac Wolności w Słubicach (PL)

7. Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Królowej Polski

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The Church of the Holy Virgin Mary The Queen of Poland is located in Słubice, a small town in Słubice County, in Lubusz Voivodeship, in Poland. It belongs to the Roman Catholic Church. The building which dates back to 1775 and served as a rifle range was adapted to its present use after World War II, when Słubice became a part of the Polish territory.

Wikipedia: Church of the Holy Virgin Mary The Queen of Poland, Słubice (EN), Website

8. Wikipedia Monument

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Wikipedia Monumenten:Mihran Hakobyan (sculpture), Nostrix (photo) / CC BY-SA 4.0

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.

Wikipedia: Wikipedia Monument (EN)

9. Kościół pw. Ducha Świętego

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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.

Wikipedia: Kościół Ducha Świętego w Słubicach (PL)

10. Dorfkirche Lichtenberg

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Dorfkirche Lichtenberg Sebastian Wallroth / CC BY 3.0

The village church Lichtenberg is the former church in Lichtenberg, a district of the city of Frankfurt (Oder) in Brandenburg. It was destroyed by fighting towards the end of the Second World War and is now only preserved as a ruin. The church is a listed building.

Wikipedia: Dorfkirche Lichtenberg (Frankfurt (Oder)) (DE)


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