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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
The classic scenic spots in Frankfurt must be visited. The Gothic architecture is majestic and solemn. There are many people on weekends. The interior decoration is classical and spectacular. It has German flavor. However, we must pay attention to the quality of our people when we enter them. Because there are always believers sitting or kneeling silently praying. Don't disturb them, and don't take random pictures. After all, it is very sacred. Where tourists can go in, they must follow the custom and do not destroy the tranquil atmosphere.
In the third picture, the small door on the left is the door of Frankfurt Municipal Government. No guard, anyone can enter, even without a sign. The only sign is the eagle on the four-door arch. Fig. 1 and 2 are Municipal Square, where the Queen has been received. Tourist guides say that these places have the same political status as Tian'anmen Square in China, but I feel far less dignified than one of our district courts. Think of this as the difference between service-oriented government and management-oriented government, it is enviable!
The scenery along the way makes people want to stop and stay quiet on the road. The big cars all have a special sense of shape. People living on the Mein River are relaxed and comfortable with the appearance design of Frankfurt Cathedral. Finally, take a leaf as a souvenir.
Frankfurt Cathedral is a landmark building in Frankfurt. It is located near the Roman Square. It has tall towers, brick-red exterior walls, simple and elegant. There are museums in it. There are many exhibits. When we went there, some of them were being decorated, which is a little regrettable.
Frankfurt Cathedral has seen many religious places. Compared with the magnificence of Russian churches, the magnificence of Egyptian temples, the splendor of Thai temples, and the piety and solemnity of mosques, there is more solemn ritual atmosphere here. It reminds me of the feeling when I first went to church with my grandmother when I was a child.