Färberstraße / Löherstraße, Frankfurt am Main 60594
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From the top of this 80m high neo-Gothic tower, you can enjoy splendind panorama views over the river Main and the district ... More
From the top of this 80m high neo-Gothic tower, you can enjoy splendind 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 (Church of the Three Kings) was opened in 1881. The neo-Gothic main hall is reminiscent of many of Frankfurt's other sacred buildings.
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.
This bookshop sells books for people who can't read. Books with pictures of cats and dogs, pigs and cows. Children's
books! As well as a wide range of picture books for toddlers, v.kloeden also stocks novels for older children, ...
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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