"Frankfurt may be the smallest metropolis in the world, but it is the most international city in Germany. The city offers a homey coziness, but is Germany's financial powerhouse. There are more than 300 banks, including the European Central Bank, and about 190 foreign financial institutions. Frankfurt is the world’s fourth largest stock exchange. Although nicknamed “Mainhattan” for its modern skyline, you will find evidence of Frankfurt’s long history, dating back more than 1,200 years. It's the home of the first German national assembly which took place in 1848 in St. Paul’s Church; the birthplace of Goethe, Germany's greatest poet; and you will find many "Äppelweinkneipen", offering traditional German food, in the City or along the Main River." – Simon Karkosch
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