The Mercedes showroom on Kaiserplatz became symbolic of the 1950s economical miracle in Germany. Frankfurt's most ... More
The Mercedes showroom on Kaiserplatz became symbolic of the 1950s economical miracle in Germany. Frankfurt's most notorious prostitute, Rosemarie Nitribitt, used to park her Merc here before crossing the road to pick up clients in the Frankfurter Hof Hotel opposite. Even today, the semi-circular glass facade is an outstanding example of classical modernism. The showroom has recently undergone major renevation work and has been brought in line with 21st century tastes. If you haven't got enough cash to buy the latest Mercedes, maybe you could manage to splash out on one of the baseball caps, umbrellas or scarves sold here.
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.
In the days when Berlin was a divided city, Europa Center was West Berlin's touristic highlight, fulfilling every wish a
visitor could dream of. After a visit to the Tourist Infomation Centre on Budapester Straße, visitors could take the ...
Wertheim House was built in 1600 and lies opposite the Museum of History. It is the only half timbered building
in the old town that survived the Second World War undamaged. While nearby houses were destroyed by fire after ...
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