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Paulskirche, Frankfurt

This was the seat of the first democratically elected parliament in Germany in 1848.

This was the seat of the first democratically elected parliament in Germany in 1848. Like most historic buildings in the city centre, it was destroyed during World War II, but was also among the first buildings to be rebuilt after 1945 (with different interior). Today the building is used as a memorial site and an event centre, hosting the awarding of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade.


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About Paulskirche

 Paulsplatz 11, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 +49 69 21238526

Paulskirche and Nearby Sights on Map

Römerberg

Römerberg or Town Hall Square is the heart of Frankfurt's Old Town that dates back to the 12th century

Frankfurter Kunstverein

Constantly changing contempory art expositions

Historisches Museum

Historic museum of the city of Frankfurt and its citizens

Dom-Römer-Area

Urban revitalization of the Dom-Römer complex

Goethe Haus und Museum

Birthplace of Germany's most famous author and poet

Eiserner Steg

The Eiserner Steg or Iron Bridge in Frankfurt connects the city centre and Römerberg with Sachsenhausen on the south bank of the Main River

Kunsthalle Schirn

Kunsthalle Schirn is a museum specializing in contemporary art

Archaeological Museum Frankfurt

Located in the late-Gothic building of the former Carmelite monastery in Frankfurt's Old Town, the Archaeological Museum Frankfurt traces the history of the city and its surroundings in archaeologically relevant epochs, from the Prehistoric era through Roman, Medieval and more recent periods

MyZeil

St. Leonhardskirche

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