ST. MARIENKIRCHE FRANKFURT (ODER)


ffnungszeiten:

in der Saison:
01. Mai - 30. September
tglich 10:00 - 20:00 Uhr

auerhalb der Saison:
01. Oktober - 30. April
tglich 10:00 - 16:00 Uhr

audio guided tour of St. Marys Church

 

 

 

KLEISTSTADT FRANKFURT


Offer: You choose from the following topics.



 

Language: German, English and Polish
Groups: minimum 8 people/ maximum 30 people per tour guide



 

120 minutes
Up to 8 People 33 Euros
From 9 people and additional 3.50 Euros per person
From 20 People 65 Euros



 

90 minutes
Up to 8 People 23 Euros
From 9 people and additional 3.50 Euros per person
From 20 People 55 Euros

 

 

1. 750 years of history experienced first hand

The focus of this tour are art treasures dating from the 14th century, four hundred year old profane and modern buildings as well as the newly designed Oder Promenade along the border river, the Oder.

 

 

2. The Twin Town old, but still young

Answers to the exciting question: how do Germans Polish and students from over 70 countries live at the beginning of the third millennium and how to they cooperate?

 

 

3. The University Town 500 years of Viadrina

What do the former and the present University have in common? You can experience 400 years of University history at historical places and a thematically short tour in the Museum Viadrina.

 

 

4. The Kleiststadt and its poets

Places, sculptures and other objects of art in the city centre area remind us of Ewald and Heinrich von Kleist, Gottfried Benn and others. A short tour of the Kleistmuseum successfully concludes this tour.

 

 

5. Garrison Town yesterday Conversion today

The transformation of military buildings for civil use is a visual basis for the peaceful cooperation in the Twin Town at the Oder.

 

 

6. A guided tour through Slubfurt, the first polish - german city at the Oder river

We will start our walk through both parts of Slubfurt city at the main railway station in Furt, passing the so called "bat hill" and the old cinema from socialist times to reach the second piece of our city wall. We are going to pass our famous shopping mall and the Slubfurt University Viadrina ...
 
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7. Frankfurt at the Oder

From a small market settlement at the narrowest point of the Oder valley to the »old and commendable« town in the 13th century and richest town of Brandenburg, Frankfurt at the Oder develops. A separated town since 1945, Border Town, Bridge Town, Twin town. Town of trade and of the Hanseatic League. Town of the 500-year-old University Viadrina (even if there is a 195 year long interval).

 

 

8. Frankfurt an der Oder, Kirche St. Marien

The largest hall church in Northern German Brick gothic; a place of worship, developed over centuries, is a display of Frankfurts wide ranging cultural and trade connections and of German history. A burnt down ruin at the end of the Second World War; it has been restored into a cultural centre since the seventies. The return of the medieval glass ...
 
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9. Garrison and Fortifications in Frankfurt (Oder)

The town became a military base in 1669 with the creation of a local army. Well known personalities, officers, military leaders, Prussian reformers, but also resistance fighters of National Socialism have started their »career« at the Frankfurt garrison. A ring of barracks surrounds the town, the oldest of them dating back to times of the Emperor. After the abandonment of Frankfurt as a military base the military buildings have become interesting conversion projects. During the Second World War, in 1945, Frankfurt was battled for over three months to gain the fortification at the Oder front. However, the town centre was only destroyed after the battle at the Oder front had been finished.

 

 

10. Church St Gertraud

The neo-gothic building is the place of worship and parish hall of the amalgamated parishes of St Marien and St Gertraud. The sacral treasure of St Marien, the Renaissance Altar, the bronze Christening font and the 5 metre tall bronze candelabra, which both are richly decorated with biblical scenes, are all displayed at the St Gertraud church.

 

 

11. The old and the new Frankfurt (Oder)

Experience significant architectural changes from the year of 1945 until today. In the town centre and the most important part of the Oder promenade buildings from the Middle Ages until today are explained.

 

 

12. The green Kleist town Frankfurt (Oder)

The Lennpark, the most significant public park in Frankfurt. It is one of the oldest public parks in Germany, situated in the centre of the town. It is a starting point for a leisurely walks through historic and modern parks, past historical structures and artefacts, to the isle of Ziegenwerder along the Oder promenade with a view of the former embankment suburb of Frankfurt, the Polish Slubice.