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This was a quiet and peaceful church on the South Side of the River Main. It was interesting to take a look, but pretty basic and unremarkable. Don't go out of your way to see it. There's been a church there since 1340, but the...More
Situated on the south of the river you walk past it as you loop from the Eisener Steg to come back across the adjacent bridge to take in the Cathedral
The church is very simple inside, very peaceful (but also boiling hot)
We were there...More
The grounds are a bit unkept.
Inside I found and entirely empty chapel with a bit of an eerie feeling. I'm sure it's less eerie during services, but empty the place is dark and quiet. There's a smell of wood in the air. Maybe a...More
The man at the door of the church told us this church was spared bombing during WW2 because of it's close proximity to a hospital with huge red cross on it's roof. Inside the church is German Grim but shelters a magnificent pipe organ.
When you pass through Romerberg onto the north bank of River Main, there is no way that you would miss this majestic church building in Sachsenhausen. It looks really pretty from afar and looms ever more imposing when you walk over the Eiserner Stag (Iron...More
As I first looked across the Main River I saw some interesting buildings, but this church caught my eye....
First thing in the morning I set off for a walk along the river (both sides). This is a very pretty church with a tall slender...More
The magnificent building next to the river and a regional super cute and fun and has an excellent climate in the best part of the city that has a very good view of the river and the nature and tall towers
This Gothic Lutheran parish church is located directly across the Main from the Frankfurt History Museum. Although its interior is fairly simple, it still is an impressive house of worship. Persons interested in religion, history, and architecture would enjoy visiting this church.
Originally built as a Gothic hospital chapel around 1340. In 1875 the chapel was demolished and at that time construction of the Neo-Gothic hall church started. Not a very ornate church, however has a gorgeous stained glass window by painter and glass artist Charles Crodel...More