51 Sights in Frankfurt, Germany (with Map and Images)

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1. Städel Museum

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The Städel, officially the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, is an art museum in Frankfurt, with one of the most important collections in Germany. The Städel Museum owns 3,100 paintings, 660 sculptures, more than 4,600 photographs and more than 100,000 drawings and prints. It has around 4,000 m2 of display and a library of 115,000 books.

Wikipedia: Städel (EN)

2. Bürgerhospital Frankfurt

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The Bürgerhospital is a hospital in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Since 1903, it has been located in the densely populated district of Nordend on Nibelungenallee, not far from the German National Library. It was the first hospital in Frankfurt am Main that also treated local citizens. The original building complex was built between 1771 and 1779 southeast of the Eschenheimer Tor by the Dr. Senckenbergische Stiftung. Previously, there had already been the Hospital of the Holy Spirit in Frankfurt, first mentioned in a document in 1267 and still existing today, but it was only open to the accommodation of strangers, pilgrims, journeymen, servants and the destitute. Sick Frankfurt citizens, on the other hand, had to receive medical care and care at home.

Wikipedia: Bürgerhospital (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

3. Neuer Rebstockpark

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Neuer Rebstockpark Foto von Frank Behnsen. Landschaftsarchitektur von Peter Eisenman, Robert Hanna, Laurie Olin (Konzept) und BWP Endreß Landschaftsarchitekten (Entwurf). Dauerhaft im öffentlichen Raum befindliches und frei zugängliches, urheberrechtlich geschütztes Werk (Panoramafreiheit nach § 59, deutsches Urheberrechtsgesetz). / CC BY-SA 3.0

Neue Rebstockpark is a public park in Frankfurt am Main. The park is part of the Frankfurt-Rebstock district, in the borough of Bokenheim, west of the city centre. It is located in the east, adjacent to the ancient and much larger vineyard park. This park, covering an area of about 7.5 hectares, was opened by Frankfurt in 2005. The new Rebstockpark is very different from Frankfurt's old urban green space because of its strict geometric landscape architecture, which faces straight lines completely. Peter Eisenman, an internationally renowned architect, participated in the design of the park. As part of Frankfurt's green belt, the site of Neue Rebstockpark has been designated as a landscape conservation area.

Wikipedia: Neuer Rebstockpark (DE)

4. Hügelgräber Wartweg-Gruppe

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Kelsterbacher Terrace is a river terrace located in the Lower Main River Plain south of Frankfurt am Main River. It was formed in the Middle Pliocene and is 12 to 17 meters high and 8 kilometers long. This terrace is an Ice Age relic of the former riverbed of the Main River. The terrace is mainly moderately steep from south to north and is the only terrain step in Frankfurt's urban forest. Several mound tombs and archaeological discoveries prove the use of Kelstebach terrace by human beings from Stone Age, Bronze Age to Iron Age. Frankfurt's oldest known road connection extends along the upper edge of the terrace, known as the Grenzschnise.

Wikipedia: Kelsterbacher Terrasse#Siedlungsspuren und Hügelgräber der Bronzezeit (DE)

5. Behrens-Bau Turm und Brücke

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The Technical Administration Building of Hoechst AG is an expressionist office building by the architect Peter Behrens on the site of the former Hoechst company in Frankfurt-Höchst in the German state of Hesse. It is also referred to as the Peter Behrens Building (Peter-Behrens-Bau) by the operator of the Höchst Industrial Park, as the site of the former Hoechst works has been called since the merger of Hoechst AG and other companies and the subsequent abandonment of the traditional corporate name. The building had worldwide fame in a stylised form as part as the Hoechst company's tower and bridge logo from 1947 to 1997.

Wikipedia: Technical Administration Building of Hoechst AG (EN)

6. Gedenkstätte Großmarkthalle

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Gedenkstätte Großmarkthalle Norbert Miguletz (Frankfurt) / CC BY 3.0

The Memorial at the Frankfurt Grossmarkthalle commemorates the deportation of Jews from Frankfurt am Main in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. From 1941 to 1945, the Gestapo used the cellar of the Grossmarkthalle as a gathering place for the deportation of Jews from the city and the Rhine-Main area. During ten mass deportations between October 1941 and September 1942 alone, about 10,050 people were deported from the Großmarkthalle railway station in freight trains to ghettos, concentration and extermination camps and subsequently murdered. As far as is known, only 179 deportees survived the Second World War.

Wikipedia: Memorial at the Frankfurt Grossmarkthalle (EN)

7. Leonhardskirche

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St. Leonhard is a parish of the Roman Catholic Church in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. Its historic church dates to 1219, when it was erected in the centre of the town close to the river Main, as a Romanesque-style basilica. From 1425, it was remodeled to a hall church in late Gothic style. St. Leonhard was the only one of nine churches in the Old Town that survived World War II almost undamaged. Today, the parish is part of the Domgemeinde and serves as the parish church of English-speaking Catholics. It is a monument of Frankfurt's history as well as church history and medieval crafts.

Wikipedia: St. Leonhard, Frankfurt (EN)

8. Willemer Häuschen

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The Willemer-Häuschen is a classicist garden house from the early 19th century in Frankfurt am Main. It became known through the encounters between the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Marianne von Willemer in 1814. During the Second World War, the original building was largely destroyed during the air raids on Frankfurt am Main and then rebuilt. Today, the house houses a publicly accessible Goethe Memorial, which is classified by the Free German Bishopric as "one of the two most important Goethe Memorials in Frankfurt" next to the Goethe House.

Wikipedia: Willemer-Häuschen (DE)

9. Volkspark Niddatal

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Covering 168 hectares, Niddatal Volkspark is the largest and most visited green space in Frankfurt am Main and the second largest green space in Frankfurt after Stadtwald. It is named after the Nida River, which flows through the north. Niddapark is a vast natural meadow landscape. It is also known in Frankfurt as the Bouga District to commemorate the Federal Garden Exhibition in 1989. The Parks and Commonwealth Gardens exhibition was designed by landscape architect Norfried Bohr. Niddapark has been part of Frankfurt's green belt since 1991.

Wikipedia: Niddapark (DE)

10. Ostpark

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Frankfurt's Ostpark is a park in Frankfurt's Ostend district. The complex is 32.16 ha in size, in its middle is the 4.2 ha large Ostparkweiher. The pond was built in a part of a drained old arm of the Main, which was not suitable as a construction site due to the high groundwater level. The park is characterized by extensive lawns and its sports facilities. The Ostpark is part of Frankfurt's green belt and the second largest park in Frankfurt after volkspark Niddatal.

Wikipedia: Ostpark Frankfurt am Main (DE)

11. Der Hafenarbeiter

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Dockers is a bronze sculpture created by Constantine Meunier in 1890. The sculpture stands at the head of the south bridge in Friedensbrücke, Frankfurt am Main, as a reminder that just downstream of the bridge, and on the north side of the bridge is the former Frankfurt Westhafen, which was in operation from 1885 to 1999. The sculpture has stood in its present position since 1910. It was temporarily placed on the bridge in front of Städel from 1950 to 1955.

Wikipedia: Der Hafenarbeiter (DE)

12. Huthpark

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Frankfurt Huthpark covers an area of 18.2 hectares, located in the northeast of Secbach. It is a people's park created by Frankfurt Municipal Government on the scenic Huth from 1910 to 1913 according to the design of Frankfurt Horticultural Director Carl Heck (1862-1938) and his landscape architect Bernhard Rosenthal. In 1912, it was completed under the patronage of Horticultural Superintendent Max Brom (1878-1974). The existing terrain remains unchanged.

Wikipedia: Huthpark (DE)

13. Neues Schloss

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The Höchster Schloß was the residence of the officials of the Archbishopric of Mainz in the former town of Höchst am Main, today a district of Frankfurt am Main. It consists of the Old Castle, built in the 14th to 16th centuries, and the New Castle, built at the end of the 16th century. Both are now owned by the German Foundation for Monument Protection. Since 1957, the Höchst Castle has been the focus of the Höchst Castle Festival every year.

Wikipedia: Höchster Schloß#Das Neue Schloß (DE)

14. Lohrberg

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Lohrberg, or Lohr for short, about 185 meters high, is considered to be the local mountain of Frankfurt am Main and the only remaining vineyard in the city. It belongs to Seckbach district and is part of the geological formation of Berger Rücken, which extends in shallow U form from Berkersheim to the end of Bergen village to Maintal-Bischofsheim. Berger Warte is the highest point in the city at 212.4 meters above sea level.

Wikipedia: Lohrberg (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

15. Sankt Ignatius

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Sankt Ignatius Elke Wetzig (Elya) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Ignatius Church is a Roman Catholic church in Frankfurt am Main. The present church, consecrated in 1964, is the work of the important church builder Gottfried Böhm. Originally the parish church of the parish of St. Ignatius, which has existed since 1930, the Ignatius Church has been a rectorate church of the new cathedral parish of St. Bartholomew since 2014 after the merger of the Catholic inner city communities.

Wikipedia: Ignatiuskirche (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

16. Deutsches Architekturmuseum

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The German Architecture Museum (DAM) is located on the Museumsufer in Frankfurt, Germany. Housed in an 18th-century building, the interior has been re-designed by Oswald Mathias Ungers in 1984 as a set of "elemental Platonic buildings within elemental Platonic buildings". It houses a permanent exhibition entitled "From Ancient Huts to Skyscrapers" which displays the history of architectural development in Germany.

Wikipedia: German Architecture Museum (EN)

17. Römische Töpferöfen

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Römische Töpferöfen Contributors of the relevant openstreetmap.org data + Haselburg-müller / CC BY-SA 2.0

Nida was an ancient Roman town in the area today occupied by the northwestern suburbs of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, specifically Frankfurt-Heddernheim, on the edge of the Wetterau region. At the time of the Roman empire, it was the capital of the Civitas Taunensium. The name of the settlement is known thanks to written sources from Roman times and probably derives from the name of the adjacent river Nidda.

Wikipedia: Nida (Roman town) (EN)

18. Peterskirche

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St. Peter's Church is a Protestant church in the city center of Frankfurt am Main. The neo-Renaissance building was built from 1891 to 1894 according to plans by the Berlin architects Hans Grisebach and Georg Dinklage on the site of the historic Peterskirchhof, where most of the city's dead were buried until 1828. It replaced a small Gothic predecessor building, which existed from 1381 to 1891.

Wikipedia: Peterskirche (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

19. Deutschordenshaus

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Santa Maria Teutonic Church is a Catholic church in Saxony Hausen District of Frankfurt, Germany. The Baroque church portal was built between 1709 and 1715 and is located in front of the Gothic church. Teutonic Church is the only historic church in Frankfurt that does not belong to the city. It was rebuilt from 1963 to 1965 after being destroyed by airstrikes during World War II in 1943.

Wikipedia: Deutschordenskirche (Frankfurt) (DE)

20. Hafenpark

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The Hafenpark is a four-hectare sports and leisure area in Frankfurt's Ostend, on the northern bank of the Main between Deutschherrnbrücke, Mayfarthstraße and Honsellstraße. The park is the result of a European planning competition from 2009, advertised by the Green Spaces Office of the Frankfurt City Administration. The inauguration took place on 18 July 2015.

Wikipedia: Hafenpark (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

21. Verkehrsmuseum Frankfurt am Main

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Verkehrsmuseum Frankfurt am Main Die Autorenschaft wurde nicht in einer maschinell lesbaren Form angegeben. Es wird Philipp Gross als Autor angenommen (basierend auf den Rechteinhaber-Angaben). / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Verkehrsmuseum Frankfurt am Main is a transport museum in frankfurt's Schwanheim district dedicated to the transport history of urban transport in Frankfurt am Main and the Rhine-Main area. The museum is also a company museum of Stadtwerke Frankfurt am Main and Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt (VGF). It is part of the Rhine-Main Industrial Heritage Route.

Wikipedia: Verkehrsmuseum Frankfurt am Main (DE)

22. Erweiterung Licht- und Luftbad

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Licht-und Luftbad Niederrad is a public green space in Frankfurt am Main. It is located on the northern edge of Needlard District, on a long and narrow peninsula (peninsula) about 500 meters long, on the left side of the main river topography and on the south bank geographically. The hotel offers sunbathing area, barbecue area and small food.

Wikipedia: Licht- und Luftbad Niederrad (DE)

23. Geldmuseum

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Geldmuseum Karsten11 / Public domain

The Money Museum of the Federal Bank of Germany, located in Bokenheim, Frankfurt, is the only money museum in Germany. It is designed to help understand all aspects of the monetary system. The museum, which opened in 1999 and was recently visited by about 40,000 visitors a year, was closed for two years in 2014 for modernization.

Wikipedia: Geldmuseum der Deutschen Bundesbank (DE)

24. Sankt Michael

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St Michael's Church is a Roman Catholic church in Northrend, Frankfurt am Main. It has been a branch church in the parish of St. Joseph in Frankfurt am Main since 2007 and a side church in the parish of Limbaugh. According to the Law on the Protection of Monuments in Hesse, this church is a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: St. Michael (Frankfurt-Nordend) (DE)

25. Schelmenburg

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Schelmenburg, also known as Schelschloss or Gruckau, is a medieval moated castle in Frankfurt-Bergen-Enheim, Hesse, Germany. It has been the ancestral castle of Bergen hooligans for centuries. Today, Schelmenburg still retains a Baroque water castle, built in 1700, on the basis of the former core castle.

Wikipedia: Schelmenburg (DE)

26. Wasserpark

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The Water Park in Frankfurt am Main is a nearly 3.7-hectare public park, one of the oldest in the city. In the water park, the elevated tank sits at the end of the oldest long-distance water pipeline that began in 1873 from Fort Fogelsburg. From here, water is fed into the city's drinking water network.

Wikipedia: Wasserpark Frankfurt am Main (DE)

27. Osthafen-Brunnen

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Osthafen-Brunnen Flag of Germany.svg   Gesamtzahl meiner hochgeladenen Dateien: 906 / CC BY-SA 3.0

Located on the northern, right bank of the Main, the Osthafen Frankfurt in Frankfurt's Ostend district is a transshipment point for bulk and general cargo. Built from 1908 and opened on 23 May 1912 by Frankfurt's Lord Mayor Franz Adickes, the port has a total of four basins and its own harbour railway.

Wikipedia: Frankfurter Osthafen#Osthafenbrunnen (DE)

28. Gewerkschaftshaus Frankfurt

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Gewerkschaftshaus, in Frankfurt am Main, is a listed office building, completed in 1931. Today, Gutleutviertel's high-rise buildings are the German Confederation of Trade Unions, Hesse-Thuringia and Frankfurt-Rhine-Frankfurt-upon-Main and Frankfurt am Main Regional Trade Unions Ver. Di's headquarters.

Wikipedia: Gewerkschaftshaus (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

29. Elli-Lucht-Park

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Elli-Lucht-Park sarang / Public domain

Elli-Lucht-Park is a public park in Frankfurt am Main. The park is located in the Needlard district south of the Main River. This park, covering an area of about three hectares, was established by Frankfurt in 1985. It was named after Ellie Lucht (1906-1975), a citizen and donor of Needlard.

Wikipedia: Elli-Lucht-Park (DE)

30. Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung

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Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung Taken May 2005 by Popie (de:Benutzer:Popie) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Liebieghaus is a late 19th-century villa in Frankfurt, Germany. It contains a sculpture museum, the Städtische Galerie Liebieghaus, which is part of the Museumsufer on the Sachsenhausen bank of the River Main. Max Hollein has been the director of the Städel Museum since January 2006.

Wikipedia: Liebieghaus (EN)

31. Rothschildpark

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Rothschild Park is a public park in Frankfurt, Germany. It is located within the central business district known as the Bankenviertel, to the north of the Opera Tower, adjacent to the Opera Square. The park is named for the Rothschild family, a banking family originating in Frankfurt.

Wikipedia: Rothschild Park (EN)

32. Lessing-Gymnasium

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The list of cultural monuments in Frankfurt-West End, a district of Frankfurt am Main, lists all cultural monuments within the meaning of the Law on the Protection of Historic Monuments in Hesse, Frankfurt-West End. Because of its size, the list is divided into two partial lists.

Wikipedia: Liste_der_Kulturdenkmäler_in_Frankfurt-Westend_(A–K)#Fürstenbergerstraße (DE)

33. Sankt Antonius

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St Anthony's Church is a Catholic church in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was built in 1899/1900 in a neo-Gothic style. After being destroyed and rebuilt during the Second World War, it was used as the parish church of St. Anthony's Parish. From 1. = = Quote = = = External Link

Wikipedia: Antoniuskirche (Westend) (DE)

34. Euro-Skulptur

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The Euro-Skulptur by Ottmar Hörl set up at Willy-Brandt-Platz in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, is one of two copies of the work that have been put on public display. It is a 14-metre (46 ft) tall electronic sign that shows a Euro sign and twelve stars around, weighing 50 tonnes.

Wikipedia: Euro-Skulptur (EN)

35. Bethmannpark

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Bethmannpark unbekannt / PD-alt-100

Bethmannpark is a park in Frankfurt, Germany. The park is located in the triangle between Friedberger Landstraße, Berger Straße and Mauerweg, in the eastern part of the Nordend district, outside the city walls. The name of the park comes from the Bethmann family in Frankfurt.

Wikipedia: Bethmannpark (DE)

36. Sommerhoffpark

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Sommerhoffpark Unbekannt / Public domain

Somerhoff Park is a park built in the 19th century. It is located in the Gutleut district of Frankfurt/Hesse-on-Main and covers an area of 2.47 hectares. The park, now open to the public, grew from a private English landscape garden built in the early and late 19th century.

Wikipedia: Sommerhoffpark (DE)

37. Reichsadler

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The Reichsadler is the heraldic eagle, derived from the Roman eagle standard, used by the Holy Roman Emperors and in modern coats of arms of Germany, including those of the Second German Empire (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and Nazi Germany (1933–1945).

Wikipedia: Reichsadler (EN)

38. Die Schmiere

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Die Schmiere Photo: Andreas Praefcke / CC BY 3.0

Founded by Rudolf Rolfs in 1950, the Die Schmiere Musical Show is one of the oldest private theaters in Frankfurt am Main. Theatre proved to be "the worst theatre in the world"; The name "Schmiere" is also a disparaging word for bad drama, a so-called "Schmierentheater".

Wikipedia: Die Schmiere (DE)

39. Ikonen-Museum

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Ikonen-Museum is the Orthodox Museum of Sacred Art in Frankfurt am Main. It is located in the Baroque architecture of the Teutonic Order and forms the eastern end of Museumsufer. It belongs to the Angewandte Kunst Museum and is sponsored by the city of Frankfurt.

Wikipedia: Ikonen-Museum (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

40. Tigerpalast

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Tigerpalast is a variety theatre in Frankfurt, Germany, founded in 1988 by Johnny Klinke, Margareta Dillinger and Matthias Beltz. It uses the Salvation Army ex-conference hall in Heiligkreuzgasse, a side street parallel to Zeil, in the north-east city center.

Wikipedia: Tigerpalast (DE)

41. Besatzungsdenkmal

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Besatzungsdenkmal / Public domain

The town of Höchst in Frankfurt am Main, today's Höchst district of Frankfurt, is 12 centuries old. For a long time, Höchst was an independent town and outpost in the Kurmainz region outside Frankfurt. It was not incorporated into Frankfurt until 1928.

Wikipedia: Geschichte von Höchst am Main (DE)

42. Moritz-von-Schwind-Haus

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Moritz-von-Schwind-Haus Franz Hanfstaengl / Public domain

Moritz von Schwind was an Austrian painter, born in Vienna. Schwind's genius was lyrical—he drew inspiration from chivalry, folklore, and the songs of the people. Schwind died in Pöcking in Bavaria, and was buried in the Alter Südfriedhof in Munich.

Wikipedia: Moritz von Schwind (EN)

43. Historische Eingangsportal Galopprennbahn

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The Frankfurt Racecourse was a racecourse in the Frankfurt City Forest. It was opened in 1865 and closed in November 2015. From 2018, the DFB Academy of the German Football Association and the more than 9-hectare racecourse park were built on the site.

Wikipedia: Galopprennbahn Frankfurt (DE)

44. Zum Anker

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Frankfurt-Höchst is the largest city in Frankfurt. The 75,000-square-meter (7.5-hectare) series of historic buildings bear witness to the long history of the independent town of Höchst am Main before 1928. Despite some serious fires in the city, U.

Wikipedia: Höchster Altstadt#Haus .E2.80.9EZum Anker.E2.80.9C (DE)

45. Wörthspitze

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The Wörthspitze is a park in frankfurt's Nied district. It is part of Frankfurt's green belt, which has its starting point here. The large lawn of the Wörthspitze serves as a public dog run and is used in summer as a sunbathing lawn and play area.

Wikipedia: Wörthspitze (DE)

46. Ensemble Modern

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Ensemble Modern is an international ensemble dedicated to performing and promoting the music of modern composers. Formed in 1980, the group is based in Frankfurt, Germany, and made up variously of about twenty members from numerous countries.

Wikipedia: Ensemble Modern (EN)

47. Antoniterkloster

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The Antoniterkloster Höchst is a former monastery of the Antoniterorden in today's Frankfurt-Höchst, which existed from 1441 to 1802. Of the original monastery complex from the middle of the 15th century, only two buildings remain.

Wikipedia: Antoniterkloster Höchst (DE)

48. Matthäuskirche

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St. Matthew's Church is a Protestant church in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is located in the Gallus district between the exhibition grounds and the main railway station on the west side of the Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage.

Wikipedia: Matthäuskirche (Frankfurt am Main) (DE)

49. Christuskirche

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The Evangelical Christuskirche is a former simultaneous church that was used by both Christian denominations. It is a Hessian cultural monument in the style of classicism in Nied, a district of Frankfurt am Main.

Wikipedia: Christuskirche (Frankfurt-Nied) (DE)

50. Römische Villa

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Attention to station 17. The road signs in the first 6 kilometers of November 2019 have been weathered, fragmented and partially unrecognizable. Therefore, it is impossible to walk without maps or GPS at present.

Wikipedia: Historischer Wanderweg Schwanheim (DE)

51. Justinuskirche

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The Carolingian Saint Justin's Church in Frankfurt-Höchst is the oldest building in Frankfurt/Main and one of the oldest churches still existing in Germany. It is dedicated to Saint Justin the Confessor.

Wikipedia: Saint Justin's Church, Frankfurt-Höchst (EN)

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