Frankfurt Cathedral Tower

The Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew (in German: Frankfurter Dom) is an important church in the Old Town of Frankfurt. As the former electoral and coronation church of the Roman-German emperors, the cathedral is important to the history of the empire and was a symbol of national unity, especially in the 19th century. Today's Frankfurt

Historic Old Town of Frankfurt

The Chicken Market (Hühnermarkt) in 1900 before it was later destroyedUp until the Second World War, the original Frankfurt Old Town with its winding streets was the city's great pride, even if many people considered it dusty in terms of urban planning at the time. The historic Old Town consisted of the medieval town center,

What Is the Old Town of Frankfurt?

The Old Town (Altstadt in German) is a district of Frankfurt and has an eventful urban history. Depending on the context used, the term Frankfurt Old Town is used for various urban planning aspects: Old Town as the smallest district of the city of Frankfurt with currently around 4,200 inhabitants. Old Town as a place

Why are there high-rise buildings in Frankfurt?

Frankfurt is the leading high-rise city in Germany and one of just a few high-rise cities in Europe. No other city in Germany can boast such a skyline of skyscrapers, with more than 450 high-rise buildings (according to Phorio). 19 of Germany's 20 tallest skyscrapers are located in Frankfurt, and more than 50 new high-rise