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Słubice is a place on the Polish-German border, which attracts both investors and new residents. One of the things that distinguishes Słubice from Frankfurt on the other bank of the Oder is that for many years we have been building a model European double-city . Every year in July, we hold together the Hanseatic City Festival, the largest event of its kind in the border region, which attracts around 100,000 people from Poland and Germany.

Słubice is Europe's smallest academic city but also an important place on the economic map of the border region.  The Kostrzyn-Słubice Special Economic Zone has created over a thousand jobs for the inhabitants, we have one of the largest market places in the German-Polish border area, and we are a hub for logistics and forwarding services.

Our asset is also the Odra river, where you can meet not only nature lovers but also cyclists. Our historic stadium is also worth mentioning, in the neighbourhood of which there is a modern 9-hole golf course "Dębowa Polana", an indoor ice rink and a beautiful park with old trees.

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Slubice Frankfurter Platz © Beata Lysiak

Frankfurt Square

Frankfurt Square with the world's first Wikipedia monument. It is a kind of tribute to the people who, anonymously and free of charge, create the largest online encyclopaedia known on all continents. It depicts four men carrying a ball, the symbol of Wikipedia.

Slubice Park © Halina Samsonowicz

Friendship Square

The park with a fountain is a favourite place of Słubice citizens and tourists. Here you can relax under the shade of old chestnut trees, while listening to the relaxing roar of the fountain. The park got its second life in 2003, when Słubice and Frankfurt jointly organised the European Garden, a cross-border cultural festival lasting several months.

Slubice Stadion © Beata Lysiak


A tourist gem of Slubice is the historic stadium, one of the oldest in Central Europe, which is listed in the register of monuments in Lubuskie. Opened in 1927 as the East Marches Stadium, it resembles an ancient amphitheatre. The stadium, with its characteristic arcades, is the most beautiful and valuable sports facility in the Lubusz Land.

Slubice Kirche Unserer lieben Frau © Beata Lysiak

Church of Our Lady Queen of Poland

The Church of Our Lady Queen of Poland, at 1 Maja Street, also has a German-Polish history. Built in 1775 as a shooting house (Schützenhaus), it was the seat of the Frankfurt shooting fraternity. The second Catholic church, dedicated to the Holy Spirit, was built in the 1990s on Wojska Polskiego Street. It has the shape of a monumental ship's hull with windows decorated with large stained glass windows.