Görlitz is considered the most film-friendly city in Germany.
The citizens of the city are film enthusiasts and are happy to help.
The use of public space for television and film productions always requires an official permit.
The city is over 950 years old and remained almost undestroyed during the Second World War.
With more than 3,600 individual monuments, the city at the border of Poland is the largest contiguous area of monuments in Germany.
This might be one of the reasons why the protection of monuments in Görlitz
plays one of the leading roles.
We therefore recommend that all productions contact the Monument Protection Office,
before the paint is applied to the wall.
MONUMENT PROTECTION is a big thing in Görlitz.