St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral

The Romen Catholic Gothic Cathedral, or St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral, which is the largest religious building in the German city of Frankfurt, is also an important symbol of national unity in 1356AD, was completed in 1793AD, and despite destruction and ruin The cathedral was exposed to, but it was rebuilt and restored again and again. It should be noted that visitors and tourists can enjoy a wonderful view of the city from the top of the cathedral.

Money Museum

Money Museum (English: Money Museum) is specialized in displaying everything related to the world of money, criticism in terms of its printing, history, functions, and development throughout the various eras. It is concerned with celebrating the city’s financial heritage.

Stadel Museum

The Städel Museum in Frankfurt, which contains a collection of European arts, dates back to the period between the Middle Ages and until the present time, bearing in mind that these artworks included in the museum, whether ancient Or contemporary it is made by many famous artists, such as: Picasso, Gerard Richter, Francis Bacon, Rembrandt, Cezanne, and others. It is worth noting that there is a gift shop and art books, in addition to two cafes, and others.

Senkenberg Museum

Senckenberg Museum is one of the most famous, and the largest museums of history and natural sciences located in Frankfurt; it includes many mummies, fossils, in addition to the most important attractions in the museum, which is the skeleton of the dinosaur, which is the largest of Kind in Europe.

Iron Bridge

The Iron Bridge, built in 1868, has a length of approximately 170 meters in the Gothic style, and it connects the Sachsenhausen neighborhood to Frankfurt city center, which is one of its most famous landmarks, knowing that it is a popular destination for tourists who want to enjoy the sunset view . It should be noted that the couples put locks that contain the initials of their names on its metal frame is what gave the bridge its name that is known among them, which is (Frankfurt Love Bridge), and it also provides visitors with a wonderful view of the city.

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