Frankfurt Cathedral

Of the 3 churches I went though, this was the smallest. It was still quite beautiful though.

Impressively it was only church in Frankfurt to survive that only received minor damage in World War 2 from allied bombings.

I’m not sure why I don’t have many close up shots from outside here, but I do have a couple of shots in my aerial view of Frankfurt post. https://brujophoto.com/2020/02/02/main-tower-aerial-view-of-frankfurt

These last few shots were from a museum by the church and when I went in didn’t realize that there was no English translations with the exhibits, unlike a lot of places I went that had descriptions in both German and English. So I have no idea about these shots, other than they were obviously a part of the cathedral at one time.

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  1. WoW!

    Peggy A. Jones Senior Administrative Assistant / Pulmonary & Critical Care Conference Coordinator UC Health Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine 231 Albert Sabin Way, MSB Room 6053 Mail Location 0564 Cincinnati, OH 45267

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