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| Designed by Berlin architect Richard Lucae, the Alte Oper was innagurated in 1880. It was completely destroyed in World War II bombing and was reopened in 1981 by funds collected by citizens. It is not used as an opera house anymore, however, since the new Frankfurt Opera House had already been built in 1951.||10/06/2006||1,519|
|'Alte Foersterei' Home of 1.FC-Union Berlin (very low-res image).||01/22/2006||248|
|This is a great place to eat and not to busy. Best Flapper pie in the world.||04/14/2007||306|
|You see the railway station at the airport in Frankfurt. It was built for a high velocity train to connect Frankfurt and Cologne. In the middle there is a dome.||03/05/2006||479|
|This is the third highest building in Frankfurt. It's 208 metres high.||09/18/2005||430|
|Frankfurt Central Station, Germany. Pictures inside.||04/25/2006||501|
|The world-famous 'Dippemess', a fairground, next to the Frankfurt ice hockey stadium, the home of the famous 'Frankfurt Lions.'||09/27/2005||992|
|Homestadium of Eintracht Frankfurt , rebuiled for the FIFA Soccer-Worldcup 2006 in Germany.
|Downtown Frankfurt shortly after the war.||09/13/2005||877|
|Over the German campaign.. going to Frankfurt||02/18/2010||209|
|City of Frankfurt||08/13/2005||1,493|
|Views of the Old City of Frankfurt am Main before World War II, after destrution at the end of the war and to the end of the 70's. |
Altstadt or old city is a district or Stadtteil of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, located on the northern Main bank. It is surrounded by the city division of Innenstadt (Downtown). On the opposite side of the river Main is the district of Sachsenhausen-...