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Stock Exchange (Borse), Frankfurt

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Stock Exchange (Borse) accounts for more than 90 percent of Germany's market turnover. Founded in 1585, the exchange now has 250 international trading institutions and over 4,500 traders. The neoclassical building that shelters these traders is in the center of Frankfurt and makes an impressive sight among the surrounding modern structures. In front of the building, a bronze sculpture depicts a bear and a bull, representing the constant struggle between two strong forces that govern the balance of economy: the upward bull market and the downward bear market. Visit the attraction's website for up-to-the-minute news on currencies, commodities, and stocks. Our Frankfurt family vacation planner makes visiting Stock Exchange (Borse) and other Frankfurt attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I work in the financial industry, so I really just wanted my picture taken in front of the bull and bear! I was with teenagers, and so felt a bit rushed, but got my picture. I really would have been i...  read more »
  • It's a nice looking older looking building. It's probably not more then 70 years but it is a nice building in terms of architecture. Worth a look. 
  • Although the stock market has long been in Eschborn, the historic building is one of HopSpots Frankfurt. Good walking distance when you're on the tour, and therefore to recommend. The bear and the bull attract while tourists in all weather conditions, but the amount remains manageable.
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