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The Eiserner Steg or Iron Bridge in Frankfurt connects the city centre and Römerberg with Sachsenhausen on the south bank of the Main River. Originally built in cast iron in 1868, it was reconstructed in 1911-'12, and again in 1946 after it was blown up in World War II. The present steel bridge is 174 metres long and 5.5 metres wide, and features thousands of love locks all along its span.



About Eiserner Steg

 Mainkai, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 +49 69 21237880


Eiserner Steg and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile

Städel-Museum(0.8 km)
The Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, better known as Städel, is an one of the most important art museums in Germany located on the Museumsufer.


Museumsufer(0.4 km)
The Museumsufer, which translates to Museum Riverbank, is the embankment along the banks of the Main River in Frankfurt which is home to 15 museums.


Kaiserdom(0.3 km)
The Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew, better known as the Kaiserdom, is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Bartholomew.


Römerberg(0.2 km)
Römerberg or Town Hall Square is the heart of Frankfurt's Old Town that dates back to the 12th century.


Liebieghaus(1 km)
The Liebieghaus is a 19th century castle-like historic villa that houses the Städtisches Galerie Liebieghaus, one of Europe's most important sculpture collections with works dating from ancient Egypt to Neoclassicism.

Main Tower

Main Tower(0.8 km)
The Main Tower is the 4th tallest building in Frankfurt, soaring to a height of 200 metres over 56 storeys.

Museum für Angewandte Kunst

Museum für Angewandte Kunst(0.3 km)
The Museum for Applied Arts and Design hosts just that in a beautiful Richard Meier designed building.

Museum Giersch

Museum Giersch(1.1 km)
At the Museum of Regional Historic Art and Culture, the broad exhibition range covers all types of art – painting, photography, sculpture, graphic art, architecture and applied arts.

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