St. Leonhard's Church

St. Leonhard's Church

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St. Leonhard's Church

St. Leonhard's Church, Photo: Andreas Varnhorn
St. Leonhard's Church © Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Photo: Andreas Varnhorn

At the end of Buchgasse, we can see the old St. Leonhard’s Church (Sankt Leonhardskirche) with its five naves. It was built in 1219 as a late Romanesque style basilica and later rebuilt in Gothic style.

 

It has many worthy sights but the “Salvatorchörlein” is the most remarkable. When we leave the church door, we turn left into Alte Mainzer Gasse; after a few metres, we turn right into Karmelitergasse.

 

Transport connection:

U 4/5, tram line 11/12 Römer

Am Leonhardstor 25
60311 Frankfurt am Main