Back in 1908, the Dr.-Kahlbaum-Allee was known as the promenade of trees where pedestrians could walk in the shade during the hot summer months.
As the technological revolution proceded, automobiles replaced the strolling citizens and the face of Görlitz was changed.
Now, the Stadtverwaltung is planning to bring back the old way and plant the trees where the old ones once were.
Seen here: Görlitzer Flaniermeile unter Bäumen
On March 21st, 8 PM, all are invited to Obermarkt 26 to watch the movie created to save the artis house where musicians, painters and film makers have been meeting twice a week for many years.
Fabian Bonig, the town poet and owner of the house is in danger of losing it. If you are able to help or just want to show your support by being there, please show up and bring as many friends as you can.
For those who read German, you can view the whole story as well as his open letter to the government and residents here.
A new article in Görlitzer Anzeiger highlights free gifts for those who move to Görlitz.
The top 3 free gifts are:
A new video by Deutsche Welle speaks about how Görlitz is moving up. Görlitz wants UNESCO to recognize the city as a historic site. Görlitz has long had a reputation as one of Germany’s loveliest cities. The historic center features about 4,000 architectural jewels from across the centuries.