The St Bartholomeus Cathedral, or Dom Sankt Bartholomäus,
dominates the Frankfurt skyline with its imposing 311-foot (95m)
spire, contrasting sharply with the modern skyscrapers in the
downtown area. The Cathedral was built in the 14th and 15th
centuries, and has seen the crowning of kings and emperors in this
time. St Bartholomeus has been rebuilt several times, once in 1867
after a fire, and again in the 1950s following damage suffered in
World War II. There is a small museum and shop inside.
Address: Domplatz 14 Postal Code: 60311 Website: www.dom-frankfurt.de Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 0 69 29 70 32 0 Transportation: U4 from Central-Station, Stop Römer Opening Time: Open Tuesday to Friday 10am-5pm, and Saturday to
Sunday 11am-5pm. Admission: Free
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