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Dreikonigskirche, Frankfurt

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The Dreikönigskirche is a Lutheran parish church in Frankfurt. It is located on the bank of the Main river.
This is a Protestant parish church. In 1340 the Gothic hospital chapel was consecrated. From 1875-1881 the chapel was demolished and construction of Neo-Gothic hall church completed. It is five-bay, with a vaulted main nave, extended in the middle by side naves with impressive stone galleries.The Master Cathedral Builder was Franz Joseph von Denzinger. In 1956 the stained glass window by Charles Crodel was installed. In 1961 a new organ was installed by organ maker Karl Schuke.
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  • In my opinion, this is the most beautiful church in Frankfurt. Dedicated to the three Kings-Magi. It's at Main's. Unfortunately, we didn't get inside - it was closed.
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  • This is a church on the opposite side of Lamar Square across the River Main. The thin high spire is beautiful. It stands out very much because it is built on the river. If you want a panoramic view of the beautiful building, it's a good place to see from the top of the cathedral tower on the side of Lamar Square.
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  • Well, it is nice but as almost every building in Frankfurt it was rebuild after the world war 2. It is a shame on both sides of the conflict, lets be clear. It is a nice little church on the banks of the Main river. It has a little park right in front and you can relax and just remain silent while looking at the bell tower.
  • The most beautiful chirch I've been in in Frankfurt, and perhaps all of Germany. It has that feel of Lutheran German surrounding it, and seems almost unscathed by the War. Small and not many artifacts, yet serene and lovely.
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