Frankfurt on the River


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Deutschherrnviertel / Main Plaza

Architects: Kollhoff und Timmermann, Berlin
Completion: 2002
Height: 88 m
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Skyscraper Skyline Frankfurt

Eiserner Steg

This famous iron and concrete footbridge, crossed by over 10,000 pedestrians every day, connects the city centre and Römerberg with Sachsenhausen on the southern banks of the Main River.
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German Architecture Museum

This museum, which the renowned architect Oswald Mathias Ungers built into a pair of semi-detached houses, offers a fascinating look at the past and the present of local architectural achievement and urban development, vividly depicted in a colourful variety of exhibitions.An absolute must for all those interested in architecture and its history.
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Architecture Museum Frankfurt

German Film Museum

To conserve our film heritage, to work with it and to present it to the public: these have been the objectives of the Deutsches Filmmuseum since its opening in 1984. The permanent exhibition documents the path to 19th century cinematography, and in its second section 20th century "Film production and cinema history". The museum attracts audiences through special exhibitions focusing on biographies and topical themes.
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Film Museum Frankfurt Culture

Historical Museum Frankfurt

The Historical Museum's permanent exhibitions focus on the long and storied history of Frankfurt am Main, displaying objects and work of art that range from the early Middle Ages to present day. The changing exhibitions, meanwhile, cover themes such as art history, cultural history and general history.
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Historical Museum Frankfurt

Holbeinsteg

Architect: Albert Speer & Partner GmbH
Completion: 1990
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House of Bible - World of Discovery

This exhibition endeavours to open the doors to the world of the Bible and enable the visitor to experience the contents of the "Book of Books".
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Bible Museum Frankfurt Culture

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

The former Rothschild Palace presents a variety of historical themes including the origins of Jewish settlement in Germany, the end of Frankfurt ghetto, the history of Jews in Germany during the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, the resurrection of Jewish communities after the holocaust, and religious practice both in the synagogue and at home, in everyday life and during festive occasions.
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Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Living on the water´s edge- Frankfurt Westhafen

Architects: Steidle + Partner
Start of construction: 2003
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Main Terraces

Architects: KetL Kalmbacher + Ludwig, Frankfurt
Landscapers: Sommerlad Haase Kuhli
Completion: 2001
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