Frankfurt Am-Main, Germany
The Römerberg – (“Roman Mountain”) is the historic heart of Frankfurt and home to its City Hall, which dates back to 1405. Flanked by half-timbered houses, this historic square used to be the place for Frankfurt’s first trade fairs in the 13th century
Paulskirche – St. Pauls Church
Paulskirche, built between 1789 and 1833, is the cradle of German democracy: The church was used for political meetings and became the seat of the first freely elected German parliament in 1848. Today, the Paulskirche is used mainly for exhibitions and special events.
Senckenberg Museum of Natural History
The Senckenberg Museum is the largest museum of natural history in Germany; it showcases thousands of exhibits, ranging from fossil amphibiens, and Egyptian mummies, to the museum’s most famous attraction: its exhibition of large dinosaur skeletons, one of the biggest in Europe.
Frankfurt Main Train Station (Frankfurt am Main Hauptbahnhof) is the busiest railway station in Frankfurt. In terms of railway traffic, it is the busiest railway station in Germany. With about 350,000 passengers per day the station is the second most frequented railway station in Germany and one of the most frequented in Europe
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