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Staufenmauer, Frankfurt

Remains of the old city wall (1138–1254) can be seen in the Fahrgasse and at the Liebfrauenkirche.

Remains of the old city wall (1138–1254) can be seen in the Fahrgasse and at the Liebfrauenkirche. More prominent examples of the city fortification built in later years include the Eschenheimer Turm (1428) near Hauptwache and the Friedberger Warte (1478, rebuilt 1637), which is on the Friedberger Landstraße a bit outside the main city centre.


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About Staufenmauer

 Fahrgasse, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Staufenmauer and Nearby Sights on Map

Museum Judengasse

Museum Judengasse is part of the Jewish Museum

Museum für Moderne Kunst

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)

St. Leonhardskirche

Old late Romanic church built in 1219 and later transformed in accordance with the Gothic style in the 15th century

Kaiserdom

The Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, better known as the Kaiserdom, is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew

MyZeil

Portikus exhibition hall

Portikus exhibition hall is located in the Leinwandhaus building

Dom-Römer-Area

Urban revitalization of the Dom-Römer complex

Kunsthalle Schirn

Kunsthalle Schirn is a museum specializing in contemporary art

Frankfurter Kunstverein

Constantly changing contempory art expositions

Ikonen Museum

Founded in 1990 through a donation of 800 icons from the 16th-19th century this museum today has about 1000 icons and today also has special exhibitions for modern icons