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The Old Opera House dominates a large pedestrian plaza called (appropriately) Opernplatz. The neoclassical facade features massive arches, columns surmounted by a freize, and a pediment topped by a winged horse. A large fountain in front leads the eye from the green trees lining Taunusanlage...More
A wonderful architecture among the surrounding high rises in Frankfurt. We were told the structure was nearly destroyed and was rebuilt to its previous grandiose. There are a few eateries within the vicinity if you want some refreshments during your visit. A must visit if...More
I saw this building while on a hop on off bus tour. Thankfully, we had to stop for a stop light, right here. When i turned and saw the building, i hurried and reached for my camera. Such a beautiful and grand building. I wish...More
The Opera house dates back to the late nineteenth century. It was badly damaged during the second world war and has been reconstructed in its original form. In front of the magnificent building is an equally grand fountain.
Definitely worth a visit.
The storm had passed and the sun was shining.. and just sitting infront of the building.. watching people enjoy the Spring sun.. added to the appeal of the place. The Fountain gushing.. and pretty much a walk in the park to get there too with...More
Loraine, which concert are you going to? At least there is a "Abendkasse" which opens 1 hour before each concert where you can purchase last minute tickets. Should be possible to deposit already paid tickets there as well... More
Loraine, which concert are you going to? At least there is a "Abendkasse" which opens 1 hour before each concert where you can purchase last minute tickets. Should be possible to deposit already paid tickets there as well... Regards, Ralf