Frankfurt Sights

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Alte Nikolaikirche

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This small red-sandstone church was built in the late 13th century as the court chapel for emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. Try to...

Alte Oper

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Kaiser Wilhelm I traveled from Berlin for the gala opening of this opera house in 1880. Gutted in World War II, it remained a hollow...

Archäologisches Museum

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The soaring vaulted ceilings make the Gothic Karmeliterkirche (Carmelite Church) an ideal setting for huge Roman columns and other local...

Eiserner Steg

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A pedestrian walkway and the first suspension bridge in Europe, the Eiserner Steg connects the city center with Sachsenhausen and offers...


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Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse is the proper name of this pedestrian street, but it's nicknamed "Pig-Out Alley" because of its amazing choice...

Goethehaus und Goethemuseum

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The house where Germany's most famous poet was born is furnished with many original pieces that belonged to his family, including manuscripts...


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The attractive baroque building with a steeply sloping roof is the actual Hauptwache (Main Guardhouse), from which the square takes its...

Historisches Museum

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This fascinating museum in a building in Römer Square that dates from the 1300s has doubled in size with the addition of an adjoining...


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Because the Holy Roman emperors were chosen and crowned here from the 16th to the 18th century, the church is known as the Kaiserdom...


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Frankfurt's first independent Protestant church in Gothic style was built between 1678 and 1681. The church it replaced, dating from...