As I visit you can only try to imagine the times during WW2. As you walk in there are murals picturing the impact the war had on this church and how it was rebuilt. Wonderful place to walk into and just think.
About St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche)
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This church is not imposing or magnificent but nonetheless I found the architecture interesting. I heard that it s no longer used for church services.
Another church around Romer is the St Paul's Church. The building surrounded by millions of street food stall when I visit. so lovely and historic church in Frankfurt.
Not a really amazing church to visit...but not a really bad place as well...you can get to spend some nice peaceful time here
A historical feature opposite the Römer and close to the historical museum and art museum. The area is lively and full of amenities. On one side the centre is accessible through the neue Krame and on the other side there is the pier for the...More
The outside of the church is more impressive in architchture than it is inside. Pipe organ though smaller than St. Bart's, and statues not as impressive.
This was originally a 1789 Lutheran church however it became the seat of the Frankfurt Parliament in 1848. In 1944 it was bombed and burned down. It was one of the first buildings to be rebuilt however internally it is quite different and is now...More
I visited here with Stan from Privatour.com and he provided me with some wonderful history of the building and how this started the freedom movement. The art and displays are very well done. Unfortunately, we didn't get to see the movie in english because they...More