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Phone 0 89 54 97 - 25 Email info laenderbahn. Get driving directions. The line train from Frankfurt M Hauptwache to Mainz Roemisches Theater takes 39 min including transfers and departs every 30 minutes.
Mode details. All regional trains depart regularly and connect to local and long-distance services. Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board.
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A great option if you don't have a driver's licence or want to avoid public transport. For the discus thrower Lars Riedel attended and and the already mentioned sprinter Marion Wagner Added to 5 titles at the European Championships, a total of 65 international medals and victories at the German Athletics Championships.
The Athletics is one of the largest clubs in the Baseball-Bundesliga Süd in terms of membership, claiming to have hundreds of active players. The club has played in the Baseball-Bundesliga for more than two decades, and has won the German Championship in and Mainz is one of the centers of the German wine economy  as a center for wine trade and the seat of the state's wine minister.
Due to the importance and history of the wine industry for the federal state, Rhineland-Palatinate is the only state to have such a department.
The sparkling wine producer Kupferberg produced in Mainz-Hechtsheim and even Henkell — now located on the other side of the river Rhine — had been founded once in Mainz.
The famous Blue Nun , one of the first branded wines, had been marketed by the family Sichel. Mainz had been a wine growing region since Roman times and the image of the wine town Mainz is fostered by the tourist center.
The Mainzer Weinmarkt wine market is one of the great wine fairs in Germany. Johann-Joseph Krug , founder of France's famous Krug champagne house in , was born in Mainz in Mainz is a major transport hub in southern Germany.
It is an important component in European distribution, as it has the fifth largest inter-modal port in Germany. The Port of Mainz , now handling mainly containers, is a sizable industrial area to the north of the city, along the banks of the Rhine.
In order to open up space along the city's riverfront for residential development, it was shifted further northwards in Mainz Central Station or Mainz Hauptbahnhof , is frequented by 80, travelers and visitors each day and is therefore one of the busiest 21 stations in Germany.
Additionally, the Mainbahn line to Frankfurt Hbf starts at the station. Access to the East Rhine Railway is provided by the Kaiserbrücke , a railway bridge across the Rhine at the north end of Mainz.
Mainz offers a wide array of bicycle transportation facilities and events, including several miles of on-street bike lanes. Mainz is served by Frankfurt Airport , the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany by far, the third busiest in Europe and the ninth busiest worldwide in Located about 10 miles 16 kilometres east of Mainz, it is connected to the city by an S-Bahn line.
Mainz is twinned with: . Mainz has a number of different names in other languages and dialects. Before the 20th century, Mainz was commonly known in English as Mentz or by its French name of Mayence.
It is the namesake of two American cities named Mentz. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Capital of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
This article is about the city in Germany. For the light cruiser, see SMS Mainz. For the Mainz sword, see Gladius. Place in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Coat of arms. Location of Mainz. See also: Timeline of Mainz. See also: Electorate of Mainz. Main article: Republic of Mainz.
Main article: Wheel of Mainz. Main article: Mainz Athletics. See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Germany. Statistisches Landesamt Rheinland-Pfalz in German.
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He fell from his horse in 9 BC, contracted gangrene and lingered several days. His brother Tiberius reached him in just a few days riding post-horses over the Roman roads and served as the chief mourner, walking with the deceased in a funeral procession from the summer camp where he had fallen to Mogontiacum, where the soldiers insisted on a funeral.
The body was transported to Rome, cremated in the Campus Martis and the ashes placed in the tomb of Augustus , who was still alive, and wrote poetry and delivered a state funeral oration for him.
If Drusus founded Mogontiacum the earliest date is the start of his campaign, 13 BC. Some hypothesize that Mogontiacum was constructed at one of two earlier opportunities, one when Marcus Agrippa campaigned in the region in 42 BC or by Julius Caesar himself after 58 BC.
Lack of evidence plays a part in favoring 13 BC. No sources cite Mogontiacum before 13 BC, no legions are known to have been stationed there, and no coins survive.
Roman Germany: a guide to sites and museums. Mainz: P. There is no evidence for this supposedly wealthy man or his estate, but there is plenty for the god.
As the loyalty of the Vangiones was unquestioned and Drusus was campaigning over the Rhine, it is unlikely Mogontiacum would have been built to collect taxes from the Vangiones, who were not a Roman municipium.
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Abgerufen am 4. Juni Accessed 10 February Euregio Rhine-Waal. The institution failed in when the Prussian king, Frederick William IV , declared that he would not accept "a crown from the gutter".
In the year of its existence, the assembly developed a common constitution for a unified Germany, with the Prussian king as its monarch.
Frankfurt lost its independence after the Austro-Prussian War in when Prussia annexed several smaller states, among them the Free City of Frankfurt.
The Prussian administration incorporated Frankfurt into its province of Hesse-Nassau. The Prussian occupation and annexation was perceived as a great injustice in Frankfurt, which retained its distinct western European, urban and cosmopolitan character.
The formerly independent towns of Bornheim and Bockenheim were incorporated in This marked the only civic foundation of a university in Germany; today it is one of Germany's largest.
From 6 April to 17 May , following military intervention to put down the Ruhr uprising , Frankfurt was occupied by French troops.
During the Nazi era , the synagogues of the city were destroyed. Frankfurt was severely bombed in World War II — About 5, residents were killed during the raids, and the once-famous medieval city centre , by that time the largest in Germany, was almost completely destroyed.
It became a ground battlefield on 26 March , when the Allied advance into Germany was forced to take the city in contested urban combat that included a river assault.
The 5th Infantry Division and the 6th Armored Division of the United States Army captured Frankfurt after several days of intense fighting, and it was declared largely secure on 29 March After the end of the war, Frankfurt became a part of the newly founded state of Hesse, consisting of the old Hesse- Darmstadt and the Prussian Hesse provinces.
The city was part of the American Zone of Occupation of Germany. Frankfurt was the original choice for the provisional capital city of the newly founded state of West Germany in The city constructed a parliament building that was never used for its intended purpose it housed the radio studios of Hessischer Rundfunk.
In the end, Konrad Adenauer , the first postwar Chancellor , preferred the town of Bonn , for the most part because it was close to his hometown, but also because many other prominent politicians opposed the choice of Frankfurt out of concern that Frankfurt would be accepted as the permanent capital, thereby weakening the West German population's support for a reunification with East Germany and the eventual return of the capital to Berlin.
Postwar reconstruction took place in a sometimes simple modern style, thus changing Frankfurt's architectural face.
A few landmark buildings were reconstructed historically, albeit in a simplified manner e. Paul's Church , and Goethe House.
The collection of historically significant Cairo Genizah documents of the Municipal Library was destroyed by the bombing. According to Arabist and Genizah scholar S.
Goitein , "not even handlists indicating its contents have survived. The end of the war marked Frankfurt's comeback as Germany's leading financial centre, mainly because Berlin, now a city divided into four sectors , could no longer rival it.
In , the allies founded the Bank deutscher Länder , the forerunner of Deutsche Bundesbank. Following this decision, more financial institutions were re-established, e.
Deutsche Bank and Dresdner Bank. In the s, Frankfurt Stock Exchange regained its position as the country's leading stock exchange. Frankfurt also re-emerged as Germany's transportation centre and Frankfurt Airport became Europe's second-busiest airport behind London Heathrow Airport in During the s, the city created one of Europe's most efficient underground transportation systems.
Frankfurt is the largest city in the federated state of Hesse in the south-western part of Germany. Frankfurt is located on both sides of the Main River , south-east of the Taunus mountain range.
The southern part of the city contains the Frankfurt City Forest , Germany's largest city forest. The city area is The city centre is north of the River Main in Altstadt district the historical centre and the surrounding Innenstadt district.
The geographical centre is in Bockenheim district near Frankfurt West station. Frankfurt is the centre of the densely populated Frankfurt Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region with a population of 5.
The city is divided into 46 city districts Stadtteile , which are in turn divided into city boroughs Stadtbezirke and electoral districts Wahlbezirke.
The 46 city districts combine into 16 area districts Ortsbezirke , which each have a district committee and chairperson. The largest city district by population and area is Sachsenhausen , while the smallest is Altstadt , Frankfurt's historical center.
Three larger city districts Sachsenhausen, Westend and Nordend are divided for administrative purposes into a northern -Nord and a southern -Süd part, respectively a western -West and an eastern -Ost part, but are generally considered as one city district which is why often only 43 city districts are mentioned, even on the city's official website.
Some larger housing areas are often falsely called city districts, even by locals, like Nordweststadt part of Niederursel , Heddernheim and Praunheim , Goldstein part of Schwanheim , Riedberg part of Kalbach-Riedberg and Europaviertel part of Gallus.
The Bankenviertel banking district , Frankfurt's financial district, is also not an administrative city district it covers parts of the western Innenstadt district, the southern Westend district and the eastern Bahnhofsviertel district.
Many city districts are incorporated suburbs Vororte , or were previously independent cities, such as Höchst. Some like Nordend and Westend arose during the rapid growth of the city in the Gründerzeit following the Unification of Germany , while others were formed from territory which previously belonged to other city district s , such as Dornbusch and Riederwald.
Until the year the city's territory consisted of the present-day inner-city districts of Altstadt , Innenstadt , Bahnhofsviertel , Gutleutviertel , Gallus , Westend , Nordend , Ostend and Sachsenhausen.
Bornheim was part of an administrative district called Landkreis Frankfurt , before becoming part of the city on 1 January , followed by Bockenheim on 1 April Seckbach , Niederrad and Oberrad followed on 1 July In the same year a new city district, Riederwald , was created on territory that had formerly belonged to Seckbach and Ostend.
Simultaneously the Landkreis Höchst was dispersed with its member cities either joining Frankfurt Fechenheim , Griesheim , Nied , Schwanheim , Sossenheim or joining the newly established Landkreis of Main-Taunus-Kreis.
Dornbusch became a city district in It was created on territory that had formerly belonged to Eckenheim and Ginnheim.
Bergen-Enkheim was the last suburb to become part of Frankfurt on 1 January Flughafen became an official city district in It covers the area of Frankfurt Airport that had belonged to Sachsenhausen and the neighbouring city of Mörfelden-Walldorf.
Frankfurt's youngest city district is Frankfurter Berg. It was part of Bonames until Kalbach was officially renamed Kalbach-Riedberg in because of the large residential housing development in the area known as Riedberg.
Together with these towns and some larger nearby towns, e. The urban area had an estimated population of 2.
Frankfurt has a temperate - oceanic climate Köppen : Cfb. Its average annual temperature is With a population of , within its administrative boundaries  and of 2,, in the actual urban area ,  Frankfurt is the fifth-largest city in Germany , after Berlin , Hamburg , Munich and Cologne.
With , residents in , it was the ninth largest city in Germany and the number of inhabitants grew to , before World War II. After the war, at the end of the year , the number had dropped to , In the following years, the population grew again and reached an all-time-high of , in It dropped again to , in but has increased since then.
According to the demographic forecasts for central Frankfurt, the city will have a population up to , within its administrative boundaries in and more than 2.
During the s, the state government of Hesse wanted to expand the city's administrative boundaries to include the entire urban area.
This would have made Frankfurt officially the second-largest city in Germany after Berlin with up to 3 million inhabitants.
According to data from the city register of residents , For the first time, a majority of the city residents had an at least part non-German background.
According to statistics, Because of this the city is often considered to be a multicultural city, and has been compared to New York City, London and Toronto.
Frankfurt was historically a Protestant -dominated city. However, during the 19th century an increasing number of Catholics moved there.
The Jewish community has a history dating back to medieval times and has always ranked among the largest in Germany. Two synagogues operate there.
Due to the growing immigration of people from Muslim countries beginning in the s, Frankfurt has a large Muslim community. The Ahmadiyya Noor Mosque , constructed in , is the city's largest mosque and the third-largest in Germany.
As of [update] , the largest Christian denominations were Catholicism Frankfurt is one of five independent district-free cities kreisfreie Städte in Hesse , which means that it does not form part of another general-purpose local government entity, in this case it is not part of a Landkreis.
The other four cities are the second to fifth largest cities in Hesse: Wiesbaden , Kassel , Darmstadt and Offenbach am Main.
A kreisfreie Stadt has territorial sovereignty within its defined city limits. Frankfurt is twinned with:. Partnerships and city friendships are a weaker form of cooperation than the sister city relationship, acting more like a fixed-term cooperation or limited to certain projects.
Frankfurt has partnerships with the following cities:. Römer , the German word for Roman , is a complex of nine houses that form the Frankfurt city hall Rathaus.
The houses were acquired by the city council in from a wealthy merchant family. The middle house became the city hall and was later connected with its neighbours.
The Kaisersaal "Emperor's Hall" is located on the upper floor and is where the newly crowned emperors held their banquets. The surrounding square, the Römerberg, is named after the city hall.
The former Altstadt old town quarter between the Römer and the Frankfurt Cathedral was redeveloped as the Dom-Römer Quarter from to , including 15 reconstructions of historical buildings that were destroyed during World War II.
Frankfurt Cathedral Frankfurter Dom is not a cathedral, but the main Catholic church, dedicated to St.
The Gothic building was constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries on the foundation of an earlier church from the Merovingian time.
From onwards, kings of the Holy Roman Empire were elected in this church, and from to , Roman-German emperors were crowned there. Since the 18th century, St.
Bartholomew's has been called Dom , although it was never a bishop's seat. In it was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in its present style.
It was again partially destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in the s. Its height is 95 meters. The cathedral tower has a viewing platform open to the public at a height of 66 meters, accessed through a narrow spiral staircase with steps.
Paul's Church Paulskirche is a national historic monument in Germany because it was the seat of the first democratically elected parliament in It was established in as a Protestant church, but was not completed until The attempt failed because the monarchs of Prussia and Austria did not want to lose power.
In Prussian troops ended the democratic experiment by force and the parliament dissolved. Afterwards, the building was used for church services again.
Paul's was partially destroyed in World War II, particularly its interior, which now has a modern appearance.
It was quickly and symbolically rebuilt after the war; today it is used mainly for exhibitions and events. The Archaeological Garden contains small parts of the oldest recovered buildings: an ancient Roman settlement and the Frankfurt Royal Palace Kaiserpfalz Frankfurt from the 6th century.
The garden is located between the Römerberg and the cathedral. It was discovered after World War II when the area was heavily bombed and later partly rebuilt.
The remains were preserved and are now open to the public. From until an event building, the Stadthaus "City house" , has been built on top of the garden, but it remains open to the public free of charge.
Wertheim House is the only timbered house in the Altstadt district that survived the heavy bombings of World War II undamaged. It is located on the Römerberg next to the Historical Museum.
The Saalhof is the oldest conserved building in the Altstadt district and dates to the 12th century. It was used as an exhibition hall by Dutch clothiers when trade fairs were held during the 14th and 15th century.
Today it serves as a part of the Historical Museum. It was built in and was the second bridge to cross the river.
Today some 10, people cross the bridge on a daily basis. The Alte Oper is a former opera house , hence the name "Old Opera". The opera house was built in by architect Richard Lucae.
Until the late s, it was a ruin, nicknamed "Germany's most beautiful ruin". Later on, Arndt said he never had meant his suggestion seriously.
Public pressure led to its refurbishment and reopening in Today, it functions as a famous concert hall, while operas are performed at the "new" Frankfurt Opera.
The Eschenheim Tower Eschenheimer Turm was erected at the beginning of the 15th century and served as a city gate as part of late-medieval fortifications.
It is the oldest and most unaltered building in the Innenstadt district. Catherine's Church. Catherine's Church Katharinenkirche is the largest Protestant church, dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria , a martyred early Christian saint.
It is located in the city centre at the entrance to the Zeil, the central pedestrian shopping street. Although today Hauptwache is mostly associated with the inner-city underground train station of the same name , the name originates from a baroque building on the square above the station.
The Hauptwache building was constructed in and was used as a prison, therefore the name that translates as "main guard-house".
Today the square surrounding the building is also called "Hauptwache" formal: An der Hauptwache. It is situated in the city centre opposite to St.
Frankfurt Central Station Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof , which opened in , was built as the central train station for Frankfurt to replace three smaller train stations in the city centre and to boost the needed capacity for travellers.
It was constructed as a terminus station and was the largest train station in Europe by floor area until when Leipzig Central Station was opened.
Its three main halls were constructed in a neorenaissance -style, while the later enlargement with two outer halls in was constructed in neoclassic -style.
The Frankfurter Hof is a landmarked hotel in the city centre at Kaiserplatz, built from to It is part of Steigenberger Hotels group and is considered the city's most prestigious.
Leonhard , on the Main close to the bridge Eiserner Steg, is a Catholic late Gothic hall church , derived from a Romanesque style basilica beginning in The parish serves the English-speaking community.
The church has been under restoration since It hosts 17 out of Germany's 18 skyscrapers.Für Kapitän Latza ist es der Dreizig Euro Startelfeinsatz seit dem Brosinski zieht ab Der Rtl2 90er versucht es aus 18 Wettbetrug, doch Kohr wirft sich in den Schuss und verhindert die Chance. März wurde der Bahnhof Opelwerk in Betrieb genommen.