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 a 12th century Gothic hospital chapel, by Franz Joseph von Denzinger. When I was there the organ was being played, not as a full concert but as a rehearsal for a concert taking place later in the day. It was very enjoyable & was made more so when a friendly chap who works there suggested I go up to one of the upper galleries which run along the North & South sides of the nave. From here I was able to get a really good view of the organ & organist, plus great views down into the main body of the church. There is also a small treasury on display with cabinets containing various plate etc.
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