Euro Tower - Frankfurt39;39;s logo - more than 400 banks 700 insurance companies - A real European Financial Center 欧元塔-法兰克福的标志-400多家银行和700多家保险公司-响档的欧洲金融中心
The famous Euro Tower is now the headquarters of the European Central Bank. It is the economic heart and engine of Europe. The sculpture with the huge Euro sign under the building is very striking. It's very meaningful to visit Frankfurt.
The tourist attractions that you must visit in Frankfurt, the birthplace of the euro, can take two stops at Frankfurt Central Railway Station, opposite the famous euro building, and take a picture with the sculpture of the euro.
As a businessman, he has to report, and at the same time, he can make a wish that one day he will empty it, and after waking up, everything will come back to reality.
The big sign of the euro is obvious, but nobody took photos. Aren't there many tourists to Frankfurt? They only saw two tour groups in Rome Square. I heard that they only stayed here for one hour. It's half an hour to follow the guide around the Rome Square and the pedestrian street in the city centre. Then they went shopping. It's really too late. In fact, Frankfurt shopping is good, centralized, convenient, and not as expensive as other metropolises.
Everywhere in Germany is art. Every building has a sense of time, history and sculpture art. The houses near the Euro Tower, sculptures are works of art, and the fallen leaves in winter are also a landscape.
Frankfurt, Germany, is the financial center of Europe, known as "European Wall Street". It is said that eight of the ten tallest buildings in Europe are in Frankfurt. The first picture is the famous Euro Tower. The headquarters of the European Central Bank is in this 40-storey skyscraper.
Frankfurt is "Manhattan on the Main River", one of the world's largest stock markets and the seat of the European Central Bank. It's a place to look at tall buildings, stock exchanges, bulls, bears, big euros. On the banks of the Mein River, you can see "Manhattan" at a glance. The old church is full of new and old wind.
Caesar Street is straight out of the main entrance of Frankfurt Railway Station. The big Euro sign, visitors here for a group photo. It's also a city landmark.
The landmark building, just in the financial district, is not far from Tieqiao and Rome Square. Walk to it. As the seat of the European Central Bank, take two pictures by the way. European Central Mother, a landmark building in Germany.