Quartier "Alte Fleiwa"

Quartier "Alte Fleiwa"

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  • Oldenburg Tourismus und Marketing GmbH

    The "Old Fleiwa" was the most modern and largest meat factory in Europe in the early 1920's. The industrial plant was empty for more than a quarter of a century after it was decommissioned in the 1980s, before the city bought the area and developed it into a modern technology and service location between 2007 and 2010. 1,800 people have found their jobs here in more than 40 companies and institutions as well as in the city administration.

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    • August 26, 2019

  • Nick

    The factory with a water tower built by Bölts AG in 1924, designed by the Berlin-based architect Walter Frese. shows with its brick exposed masonry typical neoclassical and expressionist tendencies of the time.

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    • May 3, 2020

  • Rolli

    As the landmark and heart of the area, the old water tower rises above the quarter. At his feet, with the former boiler house, is an event location with rooms that offer space for all kinds of encounters. Thanks to their flexibility, they are just as attractive for organizers of large congresses as for organizers of top-class cultural events, company celebrations or private events. The EWE Forum | Alte Fleiwa is always an excellent address and has the right event rooms.

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    • July 30, 2020

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Location: Lower Saxony, Germany


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