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Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main (/ ˈfʁaŋkfʊɐ̯t am ˈmaɪ̯n / in German, Frankfurt am Main), commonly called Frankfurt, [note 1] is the most populous city in the federated state of Hesse, Germany. With 732 688 inhabitants it is also the fifth largest city in the country (after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne). According to Eurostat, the urban agglomeration of which Frankfurt is a part, has 2,500,000 inhabitants. Although the administrative capital of Hesse is Wiesbaden, Frankfurt has a greater economic importance.
Since the Middle Ages Frankfurt is among the most important urban centers in Germany. His name appears for the first time mentioned in the year 794. From the High Middle Age it was Free Imperial City, until 1806 it was the city in which the emperor was elected and since 1562 also the city in which the German emperor of the Holy Roman Empire was crowned Germanic. Between 1816 and 1866 it was the seat of the Germanic Confederation and in 1848/49, of the first freely elected German parliament.
At the present time, Frankfurt is an important economic and financial center in Europe (sometimes it is unofficially called "economic and financial capital of the European Union". The city is home to the European Central Bank (ECB), Deutsche Bundesbank , to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the Messe Frankfurt, the latter, home to important exhibitions, fairs and international shows, among others, the Frankfurt Motor Show, the largest of its kind, or the Book Fair, the most important in the world.
Due to its central location, Frankfurt is a very relevant transport hub in Europe. The facilities of the Frankfurt Airport, the Frankfurt Central Station and the densest highway junction in the world are aware of this. The city first reached 100,000 inhabitants in 1875, in 1928 it reached a total for the first time 500,000. In the regions closest to Frankfurt there are currently around 1,800,000 inhabitants, in the entire Rhine-Main region 5,800,000.
A particularity of Frankfurt among German cities is the concentration of tall buildings in the center, which draw a characteristic profile, known locally as the Frankfurter Skyline. Because of these skyscrapers, which are among the tallest buildings in Europe, it has earned the nickname of Mainhattan. Among the historical buildings that constitute the symbols of the city is the old town rebuilt in the Römerberg and which includes the Römer (building that houses the City Hall) and the Imperial Cathedral of St. Bartholomew. More than 40% of the area of ​​the city is covered by parks and protected green areas, including the "green belt of Frankfurt" which includes a forest located on land that since 1372 belong to the city.
Citizen institutions and traditional infrastructure that frequently originated in foundations and private initiatives play a significant role in the cultural life of the city. The showrooms of the city (Städtischen Bühnen, which houses two institutions are included here: the Frankfurt Opera House and the Frankfurt Theater), the bank of the museums (Museumsufer), the Senckenberg Museum of Natural History, the Schirn Kunsthalle and the Museum für Moderne Kunst (contemporary art museum), the Historisches Museum Frankfurt (historical museum of Frankfurt), Goethe's birthplace (Goethe-Haus, the English theater (The English Theater Frankfurt), the Frankfurt Zoo and the garden Botanist (Palmengarten) Johann Wolfgang Goethe University was founded in 1914 and is, according to the number of students, the fourth largest in Germany, several Nobel laureates and Leibniz were formed in their classrooms, and there are seven other universities and institutions of higher education in Frankfurt, which together total an enrollment of 60,000 students.

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Commerzbank Tower

The Commerzbank Tower (Commerzbank Tower) is a skyscraper located in the city of Frankfurt, Germany. It was designed by Foster and Partners, and built between 1994 and 1996 by the construction company Hochtief. It was the tallest tower in Europe, beating the nearby Messeturm. It is currently in fourth position, surpassed only by the Palace of Triumph and the Mercury City Tower both in Moscow, and by the Shard London Bridge located in London. It is the second tallest building in the European Union after being overtaken by the Shard London Bridge in July 2012.

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Frankfurt Decorative Arts Museum

The Museum of Decorative Arts in Frankfurt (in German, Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt) is a museum in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) that houses works related to decorative arts and design. It opened in 1985 and is located in the Museumsufer, a suburb of Frankfurt where there are other museums. The museum consists of an old palace called Villa Metzler and a building designed by the American architect Richard Meier.

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Zeil

La Zeil is a street in the center of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Since the end of the 19th century it is one of the most famous shopping streets in Germany. Before World War II it was also known for its large buildings, but most of them were destroyed and were not rebuilt later. The western part of the Zeil is a pedestrian zone between two large plazas, Hauptwache to the west and Konstablerwache to the east. These two seats serve as public transport links (buses, subways, trains and trams). The eastern part of the Zeil, called "New Zeil," connects Konstablerwache with Friedberger Anlage.
This street will undergo major renovations from spring 2008 to summer 2009. The pedestrian zone will be extended westward to Börsenstraße. This will entail major changes for road traffic, since the route through Hauptwache is an important section that connects the north and south of the city for individual traffic, and will be closed.

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Maintower

The Maintower in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The building is 200 meters high, but with the transmission tower it measures 240 meters. It has 56 floors and 5 underground floors. It also has two public observatories, being the only skyscraper in Frankfurt to have a public observatory.
As a curiosity, mention that the elevator reaches a speed of 18 km / h.
The Maintower was built between 1996 and 1999 and contains the Landesbank (Helaba), the bank of the states of Hesse and Thuringia; the studios of the television channel Hessischer Rundfunk and the studios of the radio stations You fm and hr-info.
The design of the skyscraper seems to be that of two towers connected to each other. Of these two towers, the smaller one has a cubic shape, based on a common design in the architecture of the 1970s. The second one has a circular shape whose exterior is made of blue glass; At the top of this tower is a transmission tower that transmits the signal from the radio and television studios located in the building.

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Ice cream

Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (Helaba) is a commercial bank with its main regional area in Hesse and Thuringia, Germany. It is a banking group that groups savings banks, Landesbanks and public sector banks located in the two federated states and their municipalities, and also a commercial bank with a large-scale business orientation. Helaba is an institution incorporated under public law. With approximately 6,000 employees, the Helaba Group is one of the largest German Landesbanks. It has two corporate headquarters in Frankfurt am Main and Erfurt. The bank has subsidiaries in Kassel (Landeskreditkasse zu Kassel), New York, London and Dublin and is also presented through representative offices in Paris, Madrid, Mumbai, Moscow and Shanghai. Helaba Invest Kapitalanlagegesellschaft, Helaba Trust Beratungs- und Management-Gesellschaft and the OFB Group, which is active in real estate development projects, belong to the Helaba Group.

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DZ Bank

DZ Bank AG is the second largest bank in Germany for the size of assets and the central institution of more than 900 cooperative banks and its 12,000 branch offices. Within the cooperative financial network of the Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken, which is one of the largest organizations in the financial sector in Germany, DZ Bank operates as both a central institution and an investment and corporate bank.
DZ Bank is an acronym for Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftbank (literally "German Central Cooperative Bank").
As a holding company, the DZ Bank Group defines itself primarily as a service provider for local cooperative banks; and its 30 million customers approximately. The DZ Bank Group includes DVB Bank, a financial transport bank; Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall, a building society; DZ HYP, a financial provider for real estate matters; DZ Privatbank; R + V Versicherung, an insurance company; TeamBank, a consumer finance provider; the Union Investment Group, an asset management company; VR Leasing; and several other specialized institutions.
DZ Bank is a member of CIBP, EACB, Euro Banking Association and Unico.
DZ Bank's headquarters are located in Frankfurt, Germany, and it maintains branches, subsidiaries and representative offices in key financial centers and economic regions throughout the world. The DZ Bank Building in Berlin, located at Pariser Platz 3, was designed by architect Frank Gehry.
DZ Bank also has one of the most significant collections of contemporary artistic photography that currently comprises more than 6,000 works by more than 550 artists.

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Hauptwache

Hauptwache (in German: 'Main Guard')? Is it one of the squares (in German: An der Hauptwache)? most important in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Its original name, Schillerplatz was replaced at the beginning of the 20th century.

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Myzeil

Myzeil
is a shopping center in the city center of Frankfurt, Germany designed by the Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas. It is part of the complex called PalaisQuartier and gives access to the Zeil shopping street. It was officially opened on February 26, 2009.

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Zeilgalerie

Zeilgalerie was a shopping center located on Zeil Street in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was inaugurated in September 1992, with about 41 meters high on 10 floors, one of which is underground. It had approximately 70 stores in the building. When it was first opened to the public in 1992, the Zeilgalerie only had 1 escalator that was going in an upward direction. A few years later, an escalator was installed that could go down. An IMAX theater was added to the roof of the Zeilgalerie in the late 1990s. However, the cinema soon went bankrupt and the space became a movie theater only for movie premieres.
The building that housed it was demolished in 2016. The construction of a shopping center called "UpperZeil" on the same site is planned for 2018.

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Free City of Frankfurt

The Free City of Frankfurt (in German: Freie Stadt Frankfurt) was from 1815 to 1866 one of the four City-States of the Germanic Confederation. It was the headquarters of the Bundestag and a European-level financial center. In the Frankfurter Wachensturm (a failed revolutionary attempt) in 1833, insurgents tried to launch a German revolution. In 1848 and 1849 the Frankfurt Parliament was convened at the Paulskirche.
Frankfurt was an important city of the Holy Roman Empire, being the seat of imperial elections from 885 and the city of imperial coronations from 1562 (formerly in the Free Imperial City of Aachen) until 1792. Frankfurt was declared Imperial Free City (Reichsstadt) in 1372, making the city an entity of imperial immediacy, that is, immediately subordinate to the Holy Roman Emperor and not to a regional ruler or a local noble.
Due to its imperial importance, Frankfurt survived mediatization in 1803. After the collapse of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806, Frankfurt fell before the government of Napoleon I, who granted the city to Karl Theodor Anton Maria von Dalberg; The city became known as the Principality of Frankfurt. The Catholic clergy Dalberg emancipates Catholics living with the city limit. In 1810, Dalberg merged Frankfurt with the Principality of Aschaffenburg, Wetzlar County, Fulda and Hanau to form the Grand Duchy of Frankfurt. After the defeat of Napoleon and the collapse of the Confederation of the Rhine, Frankfurt returned to its pre-Napoleonic constitution through the Vienna Congress of 1815 and became a sovereign city-state and a member of the German Confederation.
During the period of the German Confederation, Frankfurt continued to be an important city. The governing body of the confederation, the Bundestag (officially called Bundesversammlung, Federal Assembly) was in the palace of Thurn und Taxis in the center of the city of Frankfurt. During the revolutions of 1848, the Frankfurt Parliament was formed in an attempt to unite the German states democratically. It was here that the Prussian king, Frederick William IV rejected the offer of the "Little Germany" crown.
In 1866, the Kingdom of Prussia went to war with the Austrian Empire over Schleswig-Holstein, causing the Austro-Prussian War. Frankfurt, which remained faithful to the German Confederation, did not join Prussia. After the victory of Prussia, Frankfurt was annexed by it, becoming part of the newly formed province of Hesse-Nassau.
In the Austro-Prussian war, on July 16, 1866, it was occupied by Prussian troops. On October 3, 1866 it was annexed to the kingdom of Prussia and the Free City of Frankfurt was included in the province of Hesse-Nassau.

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Taunusturm

TaunusTurm (originally known as Kaiserkarree) is the name of a complex of two buildings, a 170-meter tall office skyscraper and a 63-meter-tall residential building, located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The complex is located in the financial district of Frankfurt, Bankenviertel, at the corner of Neue Mainzer Straße and Taunustor. The plot borders a park called Taunusanlage, which gave its name to the tower (the Taunus is a mountain range north of Frankfurt). The buildings were designed by the architecture studio Gruber + Kleine-Kraneburg. The promoter of the project is the real estate company Tishman Speyer, which also built the Messeturm and the Opernturm in the city. Construction began in April 2011 and the first tenants moved to the building in February 2014.

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