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You can’t oversee them: the high-rise buildings that rise out of the city into the sky.
Frankfurt is one of the first financial centres in Europe and since 1998, also the seat of the European Central Bank.
Cider and sushi, skyscrapers and timber-framed buildings: Frankfurt is full of contrasts.
Palms on the Main, meadows and bridges, views and promenades: Frankfurt is a city on the river, and the Main riverbank has a lot to offer.
Mind and money – in Frankfurt, these don’t have to be opposites. Bridging the gap between culture and capital is a tradition in the Book Fair city.
Goethe. A world citizen par excellence – from Frankfurt. In his home city, you meet him wherever you look.
Whether in the green belt, in parks or exotically in the Palm Garden – one of the lesser known features of the city is that it is one of the greenest cities in Europe.
The Main metropolis was first mentioned on 22 February 794 in a document of Charlemagne for the Regensburg monastery, St. Emmeram.