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St. Paul's Church, Frankfurt

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 260 reviews on the web
St. Paul's Church--the birthplace of modern German democracy--started as a Neoclassical church built between 1789 and 1833. The site of the country's first parliament gathering in 1848, it was bombed and destroyed during World War II. Donations from across the county allowed for its reconstruction. Because the assembly hall on the first floor is reserved for state functions and private events, it is best to admire this site from the outside. St. Paul's Church is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Frankfurt Edition.
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  • It is a little different from so-called "Church". At each entrance "toilets-to be! (Forgot the details) "that left no impression on paper... Orz
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  • He entered the Emperor's Coronation as a symbol of this Frankfurt Rømer square close to the Ralphs. Some repairs. Pointy steeple is visible everywhere in the old town, the Assistant building.
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  • Rebuilt as all but it is notable for its peculiar shape and history that encloses between its walls. Today it is enabled as a museum with explanatory panels and photos of the old town. Without being essential, it is a pleasant visit.
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  • Looks bigger in old pictures of when the German parliament once got together here. Very important place in German history.
  • There is a very stunning memorial to the Holocaust victims here. So stunning.
  • Very beautiful spot, crowded with people but worth the visit.
  • Very nice place to learn something about german culture.
  • good for knowing the history of germany. architecturally it's not pretty but with lots of information inside. free entrance.
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