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Paulskirche


Frankfurt's Paulskirche. Photo by Krueger, ũ Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main

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Germany's first freely elected parliament fiercly debated the constitution in 1848 in the oval-shaped nave of Frankfurt's Paulskirche church. Today, the red-brick church in RɆmerberg square hosts concerts and exhibitions. Frankfurt's three-gabled town hall is just next door.
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