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The Trade Fair Tower is 257 meters high. While it was the highest building in Europe between 1991 and 1997, it now is the second tallest building in Germany.
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The Marriott is the highest Hotel building in Frankfurt, overlooking the trade fair as well as a small park.
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A life-sized model of the T-Rex attracts visitors of the Senckenberg museum of natural history.
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This entrance to the subway station at the Bockenheimer Warte is built like a historic tram, emerging from underground.
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Since 2001, Frankfurt University is located on the campus Westend. The buildings include the historic Polezig-Building, formerly known as IG-Farben and General Creighton W. Abrams Building.
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The old concert building with its granite fountain was build in 1880 and rebuild in 1981.
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The train station at Frankfurt Airport was opened in 1999 and is the larges airport station in Germany with aprox. 23,000 travellers daily.
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Opened in 1888, the central station is one of the biggest railway stations in Germany with aprox. 350,000 travellers daily.
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The watchtower „Galluswarte“ dates back to 1552 and is located in the western part of the city.
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The Westhafen Pier is an office building build in 2004 and part of the new living quarters at the riverside.
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The western habour, used since 1886, has been remodelled into a living quarter since 1993, now featuring office buildings, restaurants and a marina.
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The western habour, used since 1886, has been remodelled into a living quarter since 1993, now featuring office buildings, restaurants and a marina.
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View of the Frankfurt Skyline, as seen from one of the pedestrian bridges.
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Opened in 1990, this pedestrian bridge connects both parts of the city over the river Main.
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View from a small lane in the historic center, with the town hall from the 15. century, and the Commerzbank Tower built in 1997.
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Since the 15. century the Römer ist the citys town hall. In front of the building, the fountain of justice can be found.
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St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche) was the place where the first German parliament was located between 1848-1849.
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The Römer is the central market place of the historic city center. Next to the row of houses that have been rebuild in the 1980s, the via regia leads to the cathedral.
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The Commerzbank Tower, located in the city center, is 259 meters tall. Between 1997 and 2003, it was the highest building in Europe.
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The „Gatehouse“, built in 1984 as part of the trade fair, accommodates offices and conference rooms.
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The watchtower from the 15th century is located in the western part of the city.
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The Botanical Garden was opened in 1871 and is one of the largest in Germany.
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The Korean garden is a present of South Korea. With its pavilions and ponds it displays korean architecture.
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The Silver Tower is one of the office buildings in the city center. With its height of 166 meters, it was the tallest building in Germany between 1978 and 1990.
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The cathedral of St. Bartholomew was first funded in the 7th century. Between 1356 and 1806, the Holy Roman Emperors were crowned here.
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Built in 2001, this skyscraper is designed like US-american buildings of the 1920s.
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The old city gate from the 15. century is the oldest building in the city. Built in 2010, the Palais Quartier offers office space and a hotel building.
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View of the Skyline from the new  quarter „Europaviertel“ over the trade fair buildings.
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Cider (Apfelwein) is a traditional drink of Frankfurt and is being served in furrowed glasses.
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Cooked meat with a traditional sauce of green herbs.
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Cooked meat with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes it a traditional Frankfurt recipe.
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Schnitzel with a traditional sauce of seven green herbs.
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The hammering man can be found in different cities of the world. Build by the US-american artist Jonathan Borofsky, he is located in the trade fair district. The Westend-Tower, 208 meters tall, won the "Best Building of the Year" award by the American Chamber of Architects.
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View of the Frankfurt Skyline at dawn.
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The Frankfurt Skyline consists of towers and skyscrapers from different centuries.
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The storefront of the „MyZeil“ shopping mall is a characteristical site of the city center.
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The telecommunications tower in the north of Frankfurt is 337m tall. When it started operating in 1979, it was the tallest building in Germany.
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The monument for Johannes Gutenberg was build between 1854 and 1858 to honour Frankfurt as one of the four citys where printing presses were first invented
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Skyline as seen from from the „old bridge". The „old bridge“ in the eastern part was built in 1222 and is the oldest bridge of the city.
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The gothic watchtower in the southern part was part of the city fortification in the 14. century.
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Opened in 1961 as granary for the Henninger brewery, the Henninger-Tower was the tallest building in Frankfurt until 1974. It was demolished in 2013.
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The watchtower in the southern part of Frankfurt dates back to the 14th century.
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he old public clocktower is located near the Zoo and dates back to 1894.
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The momument for the Euro, build in the 1990s by the artist Ottmar Hörl, is located in front of the former headquarter of the European Central Bank.
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The Deutsche Bank Twin Towers consists of two skyscrapers that are each 155 meters high. Build between 1979 and 1984 they are located in the banking disctrict of the city.
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The evangelic church of St. Peter is a historic building of the neo-renaissance era and is located in the shopping district.
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The baroque building of the Hauptwache can be found in the city center, the middle of the shopping disctrict.
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The Goethe House in the old town  was the family residence of the Goethe family until 1795. Johann Wolfgang Goethe himself was born here.
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The statue of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe can be found at the Goethe plaza in the city center.
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The small castle of the baroque era can be found in the Holzhausenpark in the north of the city.
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