Hotel Frankfurt Oder, Zur Alten Oder, City Residence Hotel Frankfurt Oder

Hotelanschrift: Fischerstraße 32, D-15230 Frankfurt (Oder)  |  Reservierung: +49 335 556 220  Or +49 175 246 0304

Historical buildings in Brandenburg - Our tips for an interesting stay in the hotel in Frankfurt-Oder

Historical buildings in Brandenburg - Our tips for an interesting stay in the hotel in Frankfurt-Oder

If you would like to use your stay in Frankfurt-Oder to discover the region and its history, you will find it in our Hotel near the train station in Frankfurt-Oder the right starting point. The region was shaped, among other things, by Prussian influences; In part, however, the traces of history also lead back to the Middle Ages. An eventful day in Brandenburg is best ended in the Kontor restaurant in Frankfurt-Oder.

Neuhardenberg with its well-known castle ensemble was strongly influenced by the Prussians. The well-known castle was a gift from Frederick II to Joachim Bernhard von Prittwitz, who saved him from capture. In 1814 the state chancellor Karl August Prince von Hardenberg received the castle. During this time the place was renamed from Quilitz to Neu-Hardenberg. Also at this time, the well-known architect and urban planner Karl Friedrich Schinkel and the garden architect Peter Joseph Lenné left their mark in Neuhardenberg. In addition to the castle and the castle park, you should also take a look at the village church during your stay in our Hotel in Frankfurt-Oder are on the road in Neuhardenberg.

Not far from Neuhardenberg are the remains of the Cistercian monastery in Altfriedland. The abbey was probably founded around 1230 and was originally called 'Vredelant', meaning 'pacified land' or 'friedland'. With the monastery, the margrave wanted to express his power over the bishopric of Lebus. Many of the nuns came from wealthy, regional noble and middle-class families. Therefore, the wealth of the monastery could expand. The monastery was secularized in 1546 after the Reformation, so the building was no longer used as a monastery.


A part of the medieval monastery complex is still preserved today. In the 16th century the complex was converted into a manor. Parts of this are still preserved. In the 18th century, the manor then became a baroque manor house. The preserved parts of the monastery can be visited and church services and music events still take place in the monastery church today.

About an hour from ours Hotel in Frankfurt-Oder away is Altlandsberg. Here, too, the Prussian traces are still visible today. In 1658, the palace and park became the country residence of Baron Otto von Schwerin, the senior president of the electoral Privy Council. Frederick I later used the palace as a summer residence. The castle burned down in 1757 and the city increasingly lost importance. The castle church was rebuilt, only the gate pillars, the foundation walls and the cellar vault remain of the castle. The park is overgrown. In addition to the former castle, there are also farmsteads and handicraft farms from the 18th and 19th centuries that are well worth seeing in Altlandsberg.

If you are looking for a very special architectural highlight, you should look no further than ours Hotel in Frankfurt Oder make our way to Garzau. Near the town there is a park laid out in the 18th century in the style of English gardens. The largest fieldstone pyramid in Germany is located here. Since 2000, an association has set itself the task of rebuilding the fieldstone pyramid with vaulted cellar, chambers, main hall, portal and dome. Although the pyramid can only be admired from the outside at the moment, it nevertheless leads many visitors to guided tours and concerts in the former castle park.


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