Photos

We have posted three photos from Frankfurt on our front page. On the left you see one of the few surviving “Fachwerkhäuser” in Frankfurt, nearly 500 years old. The picture in the middle shows people enjoying the last sunny days on typical outdoor-restaurant chairs on Römerberg. On the right, you see the Frankfurter Dom, where for centuries the German Kaisers got their crown and cepter. Typical on this photo is the combination of historical and modern buildings you find everywhere in German towns. Below, you will find other photos showing impressions of Germany.

500 year old Fachwerkhaus in Frankfurt. This style of woodframed houses was typical for southern and central medieval Germany. ©Truegerman

500 year old Fachwerkhaus in Frankfurt. This style of woodframed houses was typical for southern and central medieval Germany. ©Truegerman

"Appelwoi"-barrel showing the opening hours of the "Apfelwein-Museum" in Frankfurt."Most"barrels look the same. ©Truegerman

"Äppelwoi"-barrel showing the opening hours of the "Apfelwein-Museum" in Frankfurt. "Most"-barrels look the same. Both are wine made from apples, a speciality of Hessen and Baden-Württemberg. ©Truegerman

The Taunus near Frankfurt in November. ©Truegerman

The Taunus near Frankfurt in November. ©Truegerman

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