Römerberg in Old Town Frankfurt
While Frankfurt rarely makes the list of must visit cities in Europe, it does have it’s share of fun attractions. If there’s one place you should put on your Frankfurt checklist, it’s a visit to the historical Römerberg in Old Town Frankfurt.
Some of the buildings in this old square date back to the 14th and 15thcentury, although many were destroyed after World War II and rebuilt years later. The east side of the square, known as the Ostzeile, has several half-timbered buildings that look like real life gingerbread houses. The medieval church in this photo is called Old St. Nicholas church.
It’s such a pretty square, especially in the summer months when the square is filled with bright colorful flowers.
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