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Situated in a prominent central area in Frankfurt, the Old Nicholas Church has been tastefully restored and it complements the surrounding buildings. It is a peaceful place to think about life and the world. What this church lacks for in grandeur, it atones for in...More
This church can be seen when you are in Old Town. The building is very impressive and invites you in.
Once you are in it feels so peaceful and calm (leaving all of the hustle and bustle in the main square). The interior is simple...More
OMG I had an amazing time because I was here for a wedding of 2 friends. They had a band come into the church at the end of the ceremony and we all followed them to the river for a cruise. The church itself is...More
If you are in Frankfurt and visit Romer, you should visit this pleasant church Old Nicholas Church. It is quite inviting, colorful and peaceful. The interior looks freshly remodeled and the stained glass windows are pleasant.
Located on the Roemerberg between the town hall and the river Main, the red and white church is a beautiful site. A tall slender tower topped by a conical roof stands to the left of the church. The top part of the church is a...More
We visited this church as part of our visit to Romerberg, the delightful Mediaeval square in Frankfurt. We understand it is an important church for those following in Luther's footsteps as he is said to have visited it & to have stayed nearby. We found...More
This is the Centre of the action in old Frankfurt. Just a 30 min cab ride from Frankfurt international airport. If you are on a short layover this is a must see. The church is located in the heart of the main old town square...More