Anger in Frankfurt (Oder)

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This beautiful open space in Frankfurt (Oder) has had an eventful history ever since the Middle Ages: shooting range of the Schützenbruderschaft (rifle fraternity), parade ground of the Frankfurt Leibregiment and from 1923 onwards finally a park designed by Wilhelm Hirsch. The village green is divided into three areas: in the north the rose garden (Rosarium), in the south the herbaceous garden and in the middle an expansive lawn with the 1947 memorial for fallen Soviet soldiers by Theodor Peißig. Around 600 Soviet soldiers found their last resting place here.
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  • Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Carola Pohle/ Stadt Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Denkmal im Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Pressestelle Frankfurt (Oder)/ Torsten Walther
  • Denkmal und Springbrunnen im Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Klaus Köstel/ Stadt Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Spielplatz vom Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Pressestelle Frankfurt (Oder)/ Torsten Walther
  • Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Pressestelle Frankfurt (Oder)/ Torsten Walther
Since its redesign at the turn of the millennium, the green has been a popular place for picnics and sports as well as for children to play on the newly built playground. The entire green is surrounded by the four-row lime tree avenue in Lindenstrasse, which was laid out in 1679, and the two-row lime tree avenue dating back to the mid-18th century in Walter-Korsing-Strasse. In the north, the residential buildings created by architect Martin Kießling and built in 1923/ 24 close off the urban area.

Year of construction: 1923
How to get there: Car: A12 exit Frankfurt (Oder); train: RE1 to Frankfurt (Oder)

To get to the village green, take tram 4 or bus lines 984 or 988 to “Getraudenkirche”. Parking spaces are available in the town centre.
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This beautiful open space in Frankfurt (Oder) has had an eventful history ever since the Middle Ages: shooting range of the Schützenbruderschaft (rifle fraternity), parade ground of the Frankfurt Leibregiment and from 1923 onwards finally a park designed by Wilhelm Hirsch. The village green is divided into three areas: in the north the rose garden (Rosarium), in the south the herbaceous garden and in the middle an expansive lawn with the 1947 memorial for fallen Soviet soldiers by Theodor Peißig. Around 600 Soviet soldiers found their last resting place here.
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  • Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Carola Pohle/ Stadt Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Denkmal im Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Pressestelle Frankfurt (Oder)/ Torsten Walther
  • Denkmal und Springbrunnen im Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Klaus Köstel/ Stadt Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Spielplatz vom Anger in Frankfurt (Oder), Foto: Pressestelle Frankfurt (Oder)/ Torsten Walther
Since its redesign at the turn of the millennium, the green has been a popular place for picnics and sports as well as for children to play on the newly built playground. The entire green is surrounded by the four-row lime tree avenue in Lindenstrasse, which was laid out in 1679, and the two-row lime tree avenue dating back to the mid-18th century in Walter-Korsing-Strasse. In the north, the residential buildings created by architect Martin Kießling and built in 1923/ 24 close off the urban area.

Year of construction: 1923
How to get there: Car: A12 exit Frankfurt (Oder); train: RE1 to Frankfurt (Oder)

To get to the village green, take tram 4 or bus lines 984 or 988 to “Getraudenkirche”. Parking spaces are available in the town centre.
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Lindenstraße

15239 Frankfurt (Oder)

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 27
Possible light rain throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    18 25
  • Sunday
    15 27

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Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e.V.

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15526 Bad Saarow

Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 27
Possible light rain throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    18 25
  • Sunday
    15 27

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