Frankfurt #2August 24, 2021 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 17 °C
Continuing the exploration of Frankfurt, the 1st picture in this post is the Eschenheimer Tower built in the early 1400s. It is 1 of only 3 remaining towers out of 60 that used to be here. The 2nd picture is of Fressgass, aka Grazing Street which is a nickname for Grosse Bockenheimer, where the elites came to shop and dine.
The 3rd picture is Hauptwache Square. The building to the left us the Hauptwache building which dates to 1730. The building with the he tower across the square is the Katharinenkirche or St. Catharine's Church. St. Catharine's is the largest Protestant church in Frankfurt (the 4th picture). The 5th picture is the writer Goethe's home that has been converted to a museum. The 6th picture is of Zeil Street, a major shopping street in Frankfurt. This is a well shaded pedestrian street, perfect for non-shoppers who are accompanying avid shoppers.Read more