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The Museum of Modern Art building was designed by Hans Hollein to resemble a boat, which is most notable when approaching it from the back (east).
The Museum of Modern Art building was designed by Hans Hollein to resemble a boat, which is most notable when approaching it from the back (east). Apart from well-known artists in the permanent collection, e.g. Roy Liechtenstein and Andy Warhol, the museum has changing exhibits that often include very recent work. The museum has an associated restaurant Triangolo.
Domstraße 10, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
+49 69 2123 ext. 0447
Old late Romanic church built in 1219 and later transformed in accordance with the Gothic style in the 15th century
The Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, better known as the Kaiserdom, is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew
Urban revitalization of the Dom-Römer complex
Kunsthalle Schirn is a museum specializing in contemporary art
Constantly changing contempory art expositions
Remains of the old city wall (1138–1254) can be seen in the Fahrgasse and at the Liebfrauenkirche
Museum Judengasse is part of the Jewish Museum
Römerberg or Town Hall Square is the heart of Frankfurt's Old Town that dates back to the 12th century
This was the seat of the first democratically elected parliament in Germany in 1848
Historic museum of the city of Frankfurt and its citizens