The chapel in the Saalhof palace, dating back to the 12th Century, is one of the few buildings in the complex which has ... More
The chapel in the Saalhof palace, dating back to the 12th Century, is one of the few buildings in the complex which has survived in its original state. This place of worship was built in 1175 and today is part of the baroque Burnitzbau, which was built much later. The church has a hexagonal floor plan and ribbed vaulting. Just like the rest of the Saalhof, the chapel is now an integral part of the Museum of Local History .
The Museum of Communication (Museum für Kommunikation Frankfurt) explores the history of communication and its various pathways throughout history. Exhibits
include the history of writing, freight transport and travel, and new media.
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE) is the world's third largest market for stocks, shares and foreign currencies. With a turnover
of 75% of all shares traded, it is also the largest stock exchange in Germany. As long ago as ...
Paulskirche (St. Paul's Church) became famous not as a church, but as a meeting place. Built to replace the Barfüßerkirche
(Church of the Barefooted), it was opened in 1833. The first freely elected German parliament sat here in 1848; ...