The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is Germany's largest and one of the most important in the world.
Monument honoring Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of mechanical movable type, in the Rossmarkt (old Horse Market) of Frankfurt.
During the 16th and 17th centuries the fortress was turned into a castle with Gothic and Renaissance features. Today the Castle is used for banquets, balls, theater performances, and classical concerts. The Heilliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Spirit) in Heidelberg is first mentioned in 1239.
The area around the new church became a marketplace and a town called Sankt Wendel.
The family's most notable personality, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, was born there in 1749, lived there till the age of 16, and returned sporadically throughout his life.
The house stands next to the Goethe Museum (on the right).
His invention in the mid-15th century launched the printing revolution and is regarded as one of the key developments of modern history. Catherine's Church, the largest Lutheran church in Frankfurt.
Construction of the baroque church was completed in 1681.