Frankfurt, Germany

After the allied air forces, the English RAF & the American USAF were finished bombing out Frankfurt at the end of WWII there was little or nothing left of the old city. After the war work began to rebuild the “Old City”  to its former glory and has been perfectly duplicated but what couldn’t be restored is that “Old World Charm”.

Photo Hotspots

The Shipwrights Arms

The Shard

Southwark Cathedral

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The Golden Hinde II

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The Market Porter

Borough Market

Millenium Bridge

St. Paul's Cathedral

Cannon Street

The Monument

Tower Of London

Tower Bridge

Sky Garden

HMS Belfast

Palace Of Westminster

London Eye

Queens Walk

Westminster Abbey

City Hall

Abingdon Street Gardens

Westminster Bridge

British Museum

Big Ben

The Gherkin

Canada Square

London Stock Exchange

Colour Gallery

I lived almost 15 years in the Frankfurt suburbs & met my wife there too so it can’t be that bad but Frankfurt itself just doesn’t belong on the bucket list of places to visit in one’s lifetime. It is well known for its financial centre & skyline but quite honestly if you were ever in the States then you would laugh when you see the skyline. Frankfurt is a super transit city with an airport that serves as the European hub for flights. World acclaimed is the Book Trade Fair as is the car trade fair IAA (International Automobile Ausstellung) but from a photographers point of view Frankfurt has little to offer in my opinion.

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“For a small open economy that trades mostly with the euro zone it makes absolute sense to be part of the currency union. Our currency has already pegged to the euro since 2002. We don’t have an independent monetary policy. We are regulated by the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, but we are not able to reap all the profits. Our businesses want to save the transaction costs.”

― Dalia Grybauskalte

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Did You Know?

During World War II, the city was bombarded heavily and lay in ruin. One of the casualties as far as buildings were concerned was the Opera house. It was nicknamed Germany’s Most Beautiful Ruin for decades until it was finally restored in 1981.

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