If you want to watch soccer in Frankfurt am Main, Germany you’ll have to walk through a forest: the now called Commerzbank-Arena was named Waldstadion (stadium in the forest) in earlier days. It is the soccer stadium of Eintracht Frankfurt and is sometimes also used for ice hockey. Continue reading “Into the woods”
When you want to go shopping in Frankfurt, Germany the first location is often the Zeil – the main shopping street. Since the end of the 19th century it is one of the most important shopping streets in Europe and you will find all big brands here.
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When it comes to art in Frankfurt, Germany the Schirn Kunsthalle is one of my favorite destinations. It was opened in 1986 and has shown 200 different exhibitions since then. It doesn’t have an own collection but receives artwork from the major art galleries in the world.
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The Römer located on the Römerberg in Frankfurt, Germany is the town hall of the city. It dates back to the 15th century and it is unknown how it received its name. The interior of the building was destroyed in World War II – only the facade is original.
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The Paulskirche in Frankfurt, Germany is a church building used for meetings and exhibitions, it is located close to the Römerberg. It was built from 1789 on and was used as a Protestant church.
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The Museum für Moderne Kunst (or short MMK) is – as the name states – a museum for modern art in Frankfurt, Germany. It was founded in 1981 and the building has a triangular structure that is really special.
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