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Dreikönigskirche, Frankfurt am Main

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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.