Between the Technisches Rathaus, the Schirm Kunsthalle and the cathedral lies an excavation area with ancient remains. Since ... More
Between the Technisches Rathaus, the Schirm Kunsthalle and the cathedral lies an excavation area with ancient remains. Since 1953, excavation work here has produced finds from a Roman settlement, including parts of a Roman bath. Archaeologists have also discovered the remains of a 12th-century royal palace, said to have been the favorite residence of the East Franconian kings during the 12th Century. The "Archaelogical Garden" thus throws light onto several different eras in the early history of Frankfurt.
Built between 1460 and 1520, this historic monastery is worth a visit for its architecture alone. Yet there is much
more to see than just thick brick walls. The refectory is considered to be one of the most beautiful ...
Located in a beautiful villa on the Museumsufer, the Museum der Weltkulturen was fully renovated and reopened in 1998. The
museum now houses temporary exhibitions devoted to different regions, cultures and ways of life, with the aim of promoting ...
The town library, which was destroyed during the Second World War, has one remaining relic: the neo classical Portikus ('portal')
dating from 1825, located on Frankfurt's Obermainbrücke bridge. In 1987, the interior of the Portikus was turned into a ...