Görlitz is Germany's easternmost town from its Polish sister town of Zgorzelec, located across the Neiße River. It is well maintained and more or less untouched survived the Second World War. In the 1990s, a lot of money was spent on restoring the old town of the city. It is located on the Dresden-Wrocław, Poland rail and highway routes. The city was often used as the environment for movies (particularly those made during and before the Second World War).
Two of the more well-known examples are Valkyrie and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Görlitz is also Germany's easternmost point and the fifteenth meridian east, which specifies normal Central European time, goes through the city as an opportunity.
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