Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Frankfurt am Main, old town

Paulskirche ( St. Paul's Church), the seat of the first German national assembly (1848/49), 
the symbol of German democracy
In the background on of the new high houses of the financial district 
The houses were reconstructed, because the original buildings had been destoyed by bombs in March 1944

Street artist on Frankfurt Römerberg


Poetic Shutterbug said...

The architecture is just so striking on these buildings.

Pokagon Member said...

bohzo (hello)

I love the look of these types of buildings, the older style buildings are so much more appealing.

I hate the look of casino's, I kept suggesting my tribes casino look like a castle from the middle ages for originality and effect. For $400 million it would be some castle.

Have a great day blogging.

Anonymous said...

I love pics!

I just hope you did more of the history as well.


The Twitterer said...

wow, great pics!

b-points said...

great photos herby. the buidings are unique and beautiful. blog kamu bagus.
salam sukses dari jogjakarta.

Anonymous said...

Love the buildings...so pretty

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