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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 ...
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 ...
Founded in 1877 by a group of private citizens, the Museum für Angewandte Kunst was extended in the 1980s and is now run by the city of Frankfurt, boasting a ...
Frankfurt's main train station was opened in 1888 after five hard years of construction work. It is still one of the largest train stations in Europe with 25 ...
A visit to the Botanical Gardens is like taking a fascinating journey through different areas of botanical beauty: from the hardwood forests of North America to the barren ...
This bar in the historic Eschenheimer Tower is slowly establishing itself as a meeting point for Frankfurt's in-crowd. The interior features a long, black bar, red and black leather ...
Paulskirche (St. Paul's Church) became famous not as a church, but as a meeting place. Built to replace the Barfüßerkirche (Church of the Barefooted), it was ...
Schaumainkai, the quay on the southern bank of the Main between Friedensbrücke and Dreikönigskirche, is also known as Museumsufer (Museum Bank). Seven important ...
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The house where Goethe was born on August 28, 1749, is a fine example of how the well-to-do lived in the late Baroque era. In 1733 Goethe's family acquired two neighboring ...
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Located in the heart of Sachsenhausen, the Zum Gemalten Haus is a pretty restaurant and a great place to sit and chat with friends. You may also get into conversation with the people at the next table, as that's the ...