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Frankfurt Cathedral

4.6/5275 Reviews
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Monday-Friday 9:00-12:00, Monday-Tuesday 16:00-18:00, Wednesday, Thursday 16:00-17:00.
Domplatz 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
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About Frankfurt Cathedral

Frankfurt Cathedral is located in the Roman Quarter, adjacent to the Roman Forum. It was once destroyed by a fire, and it is now in front of people. The towering curved dome in the church is majestic, and the four large pillars form the shape of a "crown" at the top. Although the large glass windows are not magnificently decorated, the good lighting makes the interior of the church more holy and bright.

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  • 潜龙勿用
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral. Also known as: the Emperor's Cathedral, 13-15 century Gothic architecture, Frankfurt landmark! It is tall and tall in appearance, and has been subdued by it. It is also magnificent and beautiful in interior.

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  • 凤凤吖吖
    5.0

    The eastern side of the Roman Square passes through a semi-wooden residential building, which is the Cathedral of Frankfurt. Also known as: Emperor's Cathedral, 13-15 century Gothic Architecture - Frankfurt landmark! Can the world's largest organ visit vampires at night?

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    Reviewed on 1494766454000
  • 享受生活2013
    5.0

    This should be Frankfurt's most sacred place, a landmark building in the city, very close to the Roman Square. At the same time, it is close to the Mein River, so it should be a golden area. Visitors can feel a very special atmosphere, unconsciously will be brought into this atmosphere.

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  • 洛洛小仙女
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral is a historically renowned place where the Holy Roman Empire elected its emperors, where 10 emperors were crowned. It is the Gothic architecture of the 13th to 15th centuries, also known as the Cathedral of the Emperor and the Coronation Church! Religion plays an important role in Western culture. In the eyes of Westerners, religion is an indispensable spiritual pillar from beginning to end, affecting people's values, as well as their way of thinking and behavior. God is eternal, absolute and the root cause of all existence. His belief in God itself is the ultimate goal of life. It is precisely out of this pious belief that the architectural style of Western churches is mostly Gothic. The tall spires show an upward surge, indicating a departure from secularity, reality and the expression of conversion to God. Standing in front of these magnificent cathedrals, I feel the power of faith.

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  • juki235
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral is an important landmark of the city and the largest church in Frankfurt. Although the church is a little old, it is still very grand. This is the place where many emperors were crowned in history. Its stories are so high that it is also one of the few churches in Europe.

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  • 独行舟
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral is a Gothic building located east of Rome Square. It is a Gothic building of the 13th to 15th centuries, also known as the Kaiserdom and Coronation Church, where the German emperor was crowned. Since the 14th century, it has a history of 600 years. Despite several wars, it has survived. The coronation ceremony of 10 German emperors during the Holy Roman Empire was held from 1562 to 1792. The ornate robes worn by the archbishops were displayed in the treasure house of the church. The main building is a magnificent fifteenth century Gothic tower, 95 meters high. The ballot Hall South of the church was where the emperor was elected. Strangely, there was never an archbishop in the cathedral.

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  • 过客绸谬
    5.0

    Tickets are 3 euros for adults and 1.5 euros for children. They can climb to the top, but there is no elevator to climb up. Very tired. But the scenery is good. It's not recommended to take children. They basically have to climb on their own, because it's steep. It's unrealistic and dangerous to take children up.

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    Reviewed on 1485894455000
  • ClaudyXu
    5.0

    It's absolutely worthwhile to go to places just in time for last Sunday, when the local people are at the end of their church and entering the door, and then people start to go out. They are all very pious to take propaganda, to point their forehead with holy water. To be honest, from the first people going out to the last few people, it took me almost half an hour to see the watch. End... Waiting outside, I wondered how big the church was. After entering, I was shocked to strongly recommend you to visit Frankfurt! Better on Sunday!

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    Reviewed on 1461076226000
  • 我是龙小坏
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral is a Gothic building east of Rome Square. It is a Gothic building of the 13th to 15th centuries, also known as the Kaiserdom and Coronation Church, where the German emperor was crowned. Since the 14th century, it has a history of 600 years. Despite several wars, it has survived. The coronation ceremony of 10 German emperors during the Holy Roman Empire period from 1562 to 1792 was held here. The magnificent robes worn by the archbishops during the coronation ceremony were displayed in the treasure house of the church. There are 332 steps leading directly to the top of the tower, which overlooks the whole city. The main building is a magnificent fifteenth century Gothic tower, 95 meters high. The ballot Hall South of the church was where the emperor was elected. Strangely, there was never an archbishop in the cathedral.

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    Reviewed on 1503978742000
  • 张老师
    5.0

    Frankfurt Cathedral, the site of the crowning ceremony of the German Emperor, is also the second Cathedral after Cologne Cathedral in Germany. The deepest feeling is the influence of Christianity in Europe. When we enter Frankfurt Cathedral, we hope to hear the orchestra playing in the cathedral, like the sound of the orchestra circling in the open dome. Unexpectedly, Sunday's Mass was about to begin. The clergyman blocked the Asian tourists outside the door. So I stood at the door all the time. Maybe the clergyman watched me stay, looked at my infinite pious eyes and waved away. I understood four words "Hallelujah" after a mass.

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    Reviewed on 1501027225000
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