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I actually took a picture from cross before going near to it, I cannot load it. It is a mistake but, it came out very unique picture. Again and again, if you go to Europe every city has more than enough churches and I am...More
my grandmother and I went there to listen to the Christmas Oratorio. Wonderfull sound, beautfull voices.
The Dreikönigskirche is a Lutheran parish church in Frankfurt. It is located on the bank of the Main river on the side of Sachsenhausen.
The Gothic hospital chapel was...More
We were going to walk over to the church but it was getting late and we didn’t want to walk over there and then have the church be closed. We instead just took pictures from the Eiserner Steg Bridge. If we had more time we...More
I visited the Dreikonigskirche, or Church of the Three Kings, on a recent visit to Frankfurt & really enjoyed the atmosphere. It is a Lutheran parish church on the banks of the River Mein & was built between 1875 & 1881, on the site of...More
This is an absolutely stunning church located on the way to the wonderful Sachsenhausen district,to get the best views of the church I think when you cross the Eiserner Steg ( beautiful bridge ) were you can take in the great views of the church....More
We visited this church as we heard of its beautiful architecture. Yet it seemed out of place, not really in a nice neighbourhood, and there was not really the ability to go in it. We just walked a circle around it and left again
This is a very huge historical Gothic church located next to the Main River. The stained glass window inside is very beautiful.
It is not a very marvelous church but worth a visit if you have some spare time.
Sitting on the banks of the Rhein River provides a beautiful view of this structure, day or night. it's on the other side of the river, opposite the Romerberg area and provides a serene view while taking a rest on one of the benches along...More