Frankfurt an der Oder / Germany
The old Hanseatic city Frankfurt offers a large number of sights. Of the great past of the city speak the preserved or restored mighty monuments of north German brick Gothic, like the city hall or the Lady Church with its unique wonderful glass paintings, a detailed depiction of the Biblical history, the renowned "Picture Bible", they will be completely visitable once the restoration has been concluded, however regular exhibitions are already taking place now. Frankfurt is a Kleist city, the poet was born here, the Kleist museum stands here. Frankfurt has, additionally, further museums worth seeing, for example the Museum Viadrina in the former “Junkerhaus”, or the Museum Young Art with one of the most important collections of East Germany and the GDR. And, last but not least, Frankfurt is a green city with many beautiful old parks, the 250 hectar large Helene lake with its fine sandbeach, crystal-clear water and the large camping site, with a breathtakingly beautiful environment - to read in Theodor Fontane's “Hiking through the Brandenburg Mark”.