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Nikolaikirche

Address: Römerplatz
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St. Pauls Church
The "Paulskirche" is not only a building in Frankfurt but also an institution in German history. It was here, where in 1848 the first German parliament met to formulate a German constitution. The church itself, build, like a rotunda, was designed by Johann Andreas Liebhardt in 1787 in late classicistic style.
Address: Paulsplatz, west of the Cathedral
Tel: +49 (0)69 - 281 098

Cathedral St. Bartholomäus
The Dom or cathedral is one of the few buildings remaining from prewar times. In 1235 the erection of this new church replaced the old Carolingian "Salvatorkirche". Since 1356 ten German emperors were crowned here. Very impressive is the late Gothic tower with a height of 96 metres. Nearby are the historical gardens.
address: Domplatz 14
tel=+49 (0)69 - 2970320

Karmeliterkloster
Erected between 1460 and 1520 this monastery houses the famous wall frescoes in the cloister painted by Jörg Ratgeb. Open Tue - Sun from 1pm to 6pm, on wednesdays from 11am till 8pm.
Address: Münzgasse 9
Tel: +49 (0)69 - 212-38425

Nikolaikirche

Address: Römerplatz
Tel:

St. Pauls Church
The "Paulskirche" is not only a building in Frankfurt but also an institution in German history. It was here, where in 1848 the first German parliament met to formulate a German constitution. The church itself, build, like a rotunda, was designed by Johann Andreas Liebhardt in 1787 in late classicistic style.
Address: Paulsplatz, west of the Cathedral
Tel: +49 (0)69 - 281 098

Cathedral St. Bartholomäus
The Dom or cathedral is one of the few buildings remaining from prewar times. In 1235 the erection of this new church replaced the old Carolingian "Salvatorkirche". Since 1356 ten German emperors were crowned here. Very impressive is the late Gothic tower with a height of 96 metres. Nearby are the historical gardens.
address: Domplatz 14
tel=+49 (0)69 - 2970320

Karmeliterkloster
Erected between 1460 and 1520 this monastery houses the famous wall frescoes in the cloister painted by Jörg Ratgeb. Open Tue - Sun from 1pm to 6pm, on wednesdays from 11am till 8pm.
Address: Münzgasse 9
Tel: +49 (0)69 - 212-38425


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