Słubice [swuˈbʲit͡sɛ] (German Dammvorstadt) is a border town in the Lubusz Voivodeship of western Poland. Located on the Oder river, directly opposite the city of Frankfurt (Oder) in Germany, of which it was a part until 1945 (as Dammvorstadt). At the 2011 census, the town had a total population of 18,000 (urban agglomeration Słubice-Frankfurt 85,000). Previously located in the Gorzów Wielkopolski Voivodeship (1975–1998), the town is currently the capital of Słubice County and the administrative seat of the Gmina Słubice.
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4.5 based on 27 reviews
This is a reminder of the problems that the people of East Germany faced in the communist era. The church was bombed in the war and not repaired until the 90's. It is a great example of the North German Gothic style of church architecture and a stunning façade. Inside, it still need lots of work and will probably never see use as a church again. The stained glass windows that were stored in Russia have been replaced in the area behind what was the altar and have a great deal of character for their depiction of both the old and new testaments. This is a good use of an hour or so. The man at the shop inside was very helpful.
3.5 based on 23 reviews
Bordering with Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, Slubice is a small town in western Poland with a population of 18,000. Though these twin cities were one until 1945, we noticed a considerable difference in their cultures which can be attributed to the time factor. Another important distinction clearly visible is the economic disparity between the two largely due to the pecuniary systems they followed. After joining the European Union in 2004, Poland is enjoying an emerging economy. Compared to Frankfurt (Oder) the goods are somewhat cheaper particularly cigarettes inspiring people to shop in Slubice. The flea (floh in German) market offers relatively reduced prices, one is tempted to cross the border. Since Poland still using its own currency Zloty, there are money changers around the bridge. Some shops accept Euro also. Besides from food, flowers, clothes, grocery, cosmetics and gift items, there were hair dressing parlors also with economical charges.
4 based on 3 reviews
Needed to hit a golf ball in Poland, so made a quick pit stop here and was able to accomplish another country!! Thanks for the hospitality folks!!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Very interesting building with two sides that are very different as one looks very german with the red brick featured and the other side white with a metal covered tower. You might note that the building is open throughout the day and has very clean and free rest rooms. If you have been drinking water to stay hydrated on your walk around the city relief is here. I was very interested in the fragile look of the decorative design elements on the sides of the towers. Looks like it was remodeled inside after 1990..
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Wurde im Jahre 1914 auf der damlas noch deutschen Seite der Stadt Frankfurt (Oder) erbaut. Mittlerweile schön saniert, trägt hier der polnische Verein Polonia Slubice seine Heimspiele aus. In unmittelbarer Nähe befinden sich auch das Freibad sowie der Golfplatz. Das Stadion war bei meinen Besuch frei zugänglich, man konnte sich in aller Ruhe alles ansehen und Bilder machen.
4 based on 11 reviews
Frankfurt is a surprisingly nice town. There are great views on the River Oder, and it is on the border with Poland. You access there via this bridge, which as well as being a pleasant construction, provides great views of the river, the town of Frankfurt and the opposite town of Slubice. The open border symbolises the new European unity, and Euros are freely accepted in Slubice (a nice place itself) if you want to buy cheap fags, and asparagus at this time of year.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Small town and drive around was easy . The center was nice and you walk to the bridge when you see all Frankfurt.
4 based on 6 reviews
Ein sehr schönes Museum zum Leben Kleists. Für Kinder etwas schwerer verdaulich - hier muß man eben etwas mehr erklären. Ein paar schöne Ideen - gerade um den Stil Kleists nahezubringen: Folien mit Satzfragementen, die man übereinander legen kann - um so von dem zentralen Hauptsatz die Nebensätze besser unterscheiden zu können.
4 based on 7 reviews
Ein klassisches Denkmal für den Klassiker und Romantiker, dessen Stücke wegen ihrer Zeitlosigkeit (z.B. der zerbrochene Krug) noch immer ein großes Publikum haben. Dieser preussische Adlige ist wirklich großer Sohn der Stadt.
4 based on 5 reviews
Ich höre sie schon wieder: Brauchen wit diese teuren, bunten Figuren? Haben wir nicht genug andere Probleme? Ja, die Stadt braucht solche Farbtupfer, sie hat es in der Entwicklung ohnehin schwer, da braucht man Aufmunterung. Ich finde: Das ist alles ganz gut geklungen.
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