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The Henninger Turm, located in Sachsenhausen, is a 120 m (330 ft) tall grain storage silo tower.
The Henninger Turm, located in Sachsenhausen, is a 120 m (330 ft) tall grain storage silo tower. Inaugurated in 1961, it remained by far the highest silo tower in the world until 2005. The top part used to have rotating restaurants and observation decks, but unfortunately the tower has been closed to the public since 2002.
Aschaffenburger Straße 5, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
+49 69 681700
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