Inaugurated in 1880, the Alte Oper (Old Opera House) in Frankfurt still serves as a major concert hall, as well as a site for plays.
Operas, however, are performed in the new Oper Frankfurt (Frankfurt Opera). The city has been Germany's financial center for centuries, and it is the home of a number of major banks and brokerage houses.
A Roman fortress and settlement in the area was abandoned in A. Monastic estates were set up in the area over subsequent centuries.
By 1196, the first reference to Heidelberg is recorded; this is considered the founding date of the city.
It's successfully launched thousands of happy and lasting relationships.
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Monument honoring Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of mechanical movable type, in the Rossmarkt (old Horse Market) of Frankfurt.
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.
Destroyed by World War II bombing, it was rebuilt between 19.
The city of Heidelberg lies in Baden-Wurttemberg on the River Neckar. A new settlement began in the 5th century and came to be called Bergheim.