The site of Frankfurt's city hall since 1405, this historic building remains the defining symbol of the city's historic past.
The house in which the legendary writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe lived his early years has been restored with many of his family's original belongings.
This historic cathedral served for 300 years as the site of coronation for Holy Roman Emperors.
Destroyed by Allied bombing in 1944, Frankfurt's beautifully reconstructed opera house was reopened in 1981. It's now a major venue for concerts and operas.
Considered the city's finest art museum, the Städel holds a fantastic collection of works from the 16th century through the present day.
Museum housing one of the most extensive contemporary art collections in Germany, including works by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
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