From the top of this 81 meter (265.748 feet) high neo-Gothic tower, you can enjoy splendid panorama views over the river Main ... More
From the top of this 81 meter (265.748 feet) high neo-Gothic tower, you can enjoy splendid panorama views over the river Main and the district of Sachsenhausen. In 1338, a hospital chapel was built here. This later became a parish church (1452) and a protestant church (1531). Despite multiple renovations, the church was in such disrepair that it was knocked down in the late 19th Century. Plans for a new sandstone building were drawn up, and the Dreikönigskirche was opened in 1881. The neo-Gothic main hall is reminiscent of many of Frankfurt's other sacred buildings.
The Old Opera House still looks as magnificent and imposing as it did when it was opened by Kaiser Wilhelm
I in 1880. The building was financed by wealthy Frankfurt citizens and was designed in an Italian Renaissance style ...
Originally established in 1869 to house the Duke of Nassau's plant collection, the Palmengarten (Palm Garden) contains a stunning array
of exotic plants. Visitors are free to wander at will through the gardens, although the guided tours are recommended ...
In the Middle Ages, this steep roofed Gothic building was the center of Frankfurt's rag trade and was the place
where cloth was stored, weighed and measured. At the outer wall you can still see the measuring cylinder used ...