Frankfurt on Foot

Took a walking tour of Frankfurt.

We started near the Schirn, the highest point where a fort was established. 

We looked at the town square, where city hall still exists and where Holy Roman Emperors would celebrate their cornation:

The only building In the area to survive WW II:

Museum of German parliament in a former Lutheran Church:
Original fresco in 18th century convent:

House where Goethe was born above.

The tower we saw Thursday, which was part of the old city wall. 
Above, the stock exchange building.
Below, wurst at Kleine Markt, the market.
Flowers at the market:

Jewish ghetto wall:

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