The Botanical Gardens of Frankfurt are home to over 5000 species of plants spread over 8 hectares between Palmengarten and Grüneburgpark

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Frankfurt Botanischer Garten, Frankfurt

The Botanical Gardens of Frankfurt are home to over 5000 species of plants spread over 8 hectares between Palmengarten and Grüneburgpark.

The Botanical Gardens of Frankfurt are home to over 5000 species of plants spread over 8 hectares between Palmengarten and Grüneburgpark. Originally founded in 1763-'74 by Johann Christian Senckenberg as a medicinal herb garden which lay southeast of the Eschenheimer Turm, it was relocated to its present site in the 1930s. It has 2 sections – a systematic collection of crop plants, endangered flora, ornamental species, and the Neuer Senckenbergischer Arzneipflanzengarten, and a geobotanical collection with an alpine garden, arboretum, plants from East Asia, Mediterranean region, and North America, and a pond.


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About Frankfurt Botanischer Garten

 Siesmayerstraße 72, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 +49 69 79824763

 www.botanischergarten-frankfurt.de

Frankfurt Botanischer Garten and Nearby Sights on Map

Palmengarten

The Palmengarten is Frankfurt's botanic garden

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Money Museum of the German Central Bank

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Naturmuseum Senckenberg

Commonly just called Senckenberg Museum, it is one of the most famous museums of Frankfurt

Alte Oper

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Frankfurt Opera House

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Main Tower

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Börse

The Frankfurt stock exchange building is still in use

Palais Thurn und Taxis

18th century palace of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis

European Central Bank

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