The Alte Oper or Old Opera is a former opera house in the center of Frankfurt

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Frankfurt: 2-Hour Walking Tour

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...ore traditional sights of the Altstadt, such as the Alte Oper concert hall, and the Eiserner Steg across the River Main.

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Alte Oper, Frankfurt

The Alte Oper or Old Opera is a former opera house in the center of Frankfurt.

The Alte Oper or Old Opera is a former opera house in the center of Frankfurt. Originally opened in 1880, it was used for operas till its destruction in 1944 during World War II, and subsequently rebuilt in 1981. The Renaissance-style building is on a bustling square with fountains, and used for concerts, congresses, and similar events. The area around Alte Oper is charming, and worth walking around.


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About Alte Oper

 Opernplatz 1, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 +49 69 1340 ext. 0

 www.alteoper.de

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