Venues

Stadthaus Cottbus

The town house has a colourful and eventful history. Built in 1913 as a church event building, the town house served as a war hospital, police building and museum. Its history as a place for sports is largely unknown - SC Cottbus, founded in 1963, was at home here and with it boxers, track and field athletes and cyclists who lived and trained here. The building is barrier-free, both inside and ...

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Weltspiegel

Opened October 4th in 1911 the Weltspiegel is one of the few film theatres of its time which are still in use. Thanks to well-considered construction works the Weltspiegel could remain very far to its original state. That is why the building also today impresses with its unique architecture. Back then the beautiful cinema offered place for up to 780 people. Since 1929 the now listed building has ...

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Glad-House

In the mid-19th century, the aspiring citizens of the City of Cottbus built themselves a citizens' casino, located between the city centre and the recently completed city's train station. In contrast to a gambling casino, this building was used for festive events of all kinds; the citizens could eat, drink and celebrate there and the ladies had available separate rooms for cultivated conversation ...

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Obenkino

Im September 1990 gründete sich das Obenkino als integraler Bestandteil des Jugendkulturzentrums Glad-House in Cottbus. Zum Programm gehören heute an 7 Tagen in der Woche Dokumentar- und Spielfilmproduktionen aus der gesamten Welt. Insbesondere europäische Filme mit ihren nationalen und kulturellen Eigenheiten sowie Filme, die Zeitgeschehen thematisch reflektieren oder gesellschaftlich aktuelle ...

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Planetarium

Das Raumflugplanetarium „Juri Gagarin“ in Cottbus − benannt nach Juri Alexejewitsch Gagarin, dem ersten Menschen im Weltraum − wurde am 26. April 1974 nach knapp zweijähriger Bauzeit am heutigen Lindenplatz eröffnet.

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Stadtbibliothek Zielona Góra

The newly constructed building features a total of 7,300 m2 of floor space on seven storeys and was dedicated in 1975. The building was much appreciated by the public because of its aesthetic interior architecture, light and open rooms and the façade that remains remarkable to this day. It continues to provide excellent conditions for access to the various comprehensive collections, ...

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Russisches Haus Berlin

The Russian House of Science and Culture is an event and cultural centre in Friedrichstraße 176-179 in Berlin's Mitte district. It was opened on 5 July 1984 as the House of Soviet Science and Culture. The Russian House of Science and Culture in Berlin is the largest cultural institute operating abroad in the world and occupies the largest building erected for the purpose of representing culture ...

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