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Extracurricular Education and Leisure Activities for Children and Teenagers

Hans Fallada City Library

"Knowledge makes you sexy" is the self-confident tongue-in-cheek motto of the city library located at the heart of the city centre.

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Gaming School

Play together, discover together, learn from each other – intergenerational media skills for handling modern media with competence and independence.

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Music School

The Music School at the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald offers the joy of music, fun playing instruments, and a serious pursuit of it all.

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St Spiritus Social and Cultural Centre

St Spiritus’ cross-generational offering provides the latest in art and culture through a variety of different events all year round.

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Art Workshops/Youth Art School

The art workshops are an open art school where people of all ages can advance their artistic development in the various workshops.

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Pomeranian State Museum

In the Pomeranian State Museum 14,000 years of regional history are brought to life. Items on display in the gallery include original works by Caspar David Friedrich.

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Theatre of West Pomerania

Steeped in tradition: beginning with the biblically inspired lay theatre performances of the 16th century right up to the present, 4-site theatre happens in Greifswald.

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Caspar David Friedrich Centre

Exhibitions, guided tours and workshops on soap boiling and candle making are on offer at the former home of the Friedrich family.

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Kreisvolkshochschule (District Adult Education Centre)

The Kreisvolkshochschule Vorpommern-Greifswald has been firmly established in Greifswald as a state-approved further training centre since 1919.

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Indigenous Zoological Gardens

The indigenous zoological gardens, boasting over 100 species of animals, are spread over approximately 3.6 hectares in the heart of the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald.

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