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  • Frankfurt on the Main: a German city; an industrial and commercial and financial center
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DEUTSCHE BANK TWIN TOWERS, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
DEUTSCHE BANK TWIN TOWERS, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
DEUTSCHE BANK TWIN TOWERS The Deutsche Bank Twin Towers (German: "Deutsche Bank Zwillingsturme" or "Deutsche Bank-Hochhaus") is the headquarters of Deutsche Bank Group, located in the banking district in Frankfurt, Germany. The towers were originally planned as a hotel for the American Hyatt Hotel Group. The S-Bahn-Station Taunusanlage is located at the foot of the building. The largest man-shaped monolith of the world, created by the Swiss sculptor Max Bill, is located in front of the entrance. The complex contains two towers, each 155 meters high, and a four-story base below. Like many skyscrapers in the Frankfurt area, the building has nicknames. In this case, they are referred as Soll und Haben (German for Debit and credit). ----------------- Height: Roof 506' (155.0 m) Floor count: West Tower: 40; East Tower: 38 Floor area: 645,834 sq. ft.; 60,000 sq. m Architect: Walter Hanig, Heinz Scheid, Johannes Schmidt Excerpt from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---------------- FRANKFURT am MAIN Located at the centre of the larger Frankfurt/Rhine-Main, Frankfurt am Main (commonly known as Frankfurt) is situated on an ancient ford on the river Main, the German word for which is "Furt". A part of early Franconia, the inhabitants were the early Franks. Thus the city's name receives its legacy as being the "ford of the Franks". With a 2009 population of 667,330, Frankfurt is the largest city in the state of Hesse and the fifth-largest in Germany. The urban area had an estimated population of 2,295,000 in 2010. The Metropolitan Region, with a population of 5,600,000, is Germany's second largest. Among English speakers the city is known simply as "Frankfurt", though Germans occasionally call it by its full name when it is necessary to distinguish it from the other (significantly smaller) Frankfurt (Oder) in the state of Brandenburg. In English, the city's name translates to "Frankfurt on the Main" (pronounced like English mine or German mein). Frankfurt is the financial and transportation centre of Germany and the largest financial centre in continental Europe. It is seat of the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the Frankfurt Trade Fair, as well as several large commercial banks. Frankfurt Airport is one of the world's busiest international airports, Frankfurt Central Station is one of the largest terminal stations in Europe, and the Frankfurter Kreuz (Autobahn interchange) is the most heavily used interchange in continental Europe. Frankfurt is the only German city listed as one of ten Alpha world cities. Frankfurt lies in the former American Occupation Zone of Germany, and it was formerly the headquarters city of the U.S. Army in Germany. Frankfurt is considered an alpha world city, as listed by the Loughborough University group's 2008 inventory, is ranked 21st among global cities by Foreign Policy's 2008 Global Cities Index and is an international centre for commerce, finance, culture, entertainment, education and tourism. According to the Mercer cost of living survey, Frankfurt is Germany’s second most expensive city, and the 48th most expensive in the world. Frankfurt also ranks among the top 10 most livable cities in the world according to Mercer Human Resource Consulting. Excerpts from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Terminal 2 - Frankfurt International Airport FRAPORT Germany - 06/02/2010 - DUB/FRA with Aer Lingus!:)
Terminal 2 - Frankfurt International Airport FRAPORT Germany - 06/02/2010 - DUB/FRA with Aer Lingus!:)
Frankfurt am Main Airport (IATA: FRA, ICAO: EDDF), known in German as Flughafen Frankfurt am Main or Rhein-Main-Flughafen is a major international airport located in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 12 km (7.5 mi) southwest of the city centre.[1] Run by Fraport, it is by far the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany, the third busiest in Europe and the ninth busiest worldwide in 2008. It serves the most international destinations in the world and is the busiest airport in Europe by cargo traffic. The southern side of the airport, Rhein-Main Air Base, was a major airlift base for the United States from 1947 until late 2005, when it was acquired by Fraport. The airport is directly located in the Frankfurt Rhine Main Region, Germany's second largest metropolitan area, which itself has a central location in the densely populated region of west-central Europe. Thereby, along with a strong rail and motorway connection, the airport serves as a major transportation hub to the greater region, less than two hours by ground to Cologne, the Ruhr Area, and Stuttgart. There are plans to expand Frankfurt Airport with a fourth runway and a new Terminal 3. First modifications to the airport to make it Airbus A380 compatible are completed, including the first building of a large A380 maintenance facility near the former U.S. Air Base. The work on the fourth runway has been delayed several times due to environmental concerns, but received zoning approval in December 2007. The runway could be in operation by 2010. Frankfurt is a hub of Lufthansa, the German national carrier and Air India for its North American services. Lufthansa's secondary hub is Munich Airport where many key medium and long haul routes are available, lessening the need to overburden Frankfurt Airport. Contents [hide]

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