On remaining Gothic land between 1709 and 1715, a German holy house was built on the Mainübergang between Sachsenhausen ... More
On remaining Gothic land between 1709 and 1715, a German holy house was built on the Mainübergang between Sachsenhausen and Frankfurt. The building, with its baroque portals and the knights chamber, were where the most important decisions for the German church were made (united Christian ruler of the German nation). During the Second World War the building was destroyed by fire. In the 1960's a re-building program was resumed on the convent building. Through this, however, the building lost some of its original splendor. Today, the building houses an icon museum, which is situated in the former refectory.
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 ...
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.