GRÜNEBURGPARK
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Grüneburg Park—which belonged to the Rothschild family for generations before it was confiscated by the Nazis—is striking for its immense trees, some of which are aged more than a century. Resting on the foundations of the former “Orangerie” you’ll find a Greek-Orthodox church as well as the Korean Garden. It was already a favorite stomping ground for Frankfurt’s literary elite, from Goethe to Bettina von Arnim, at the turn of the 19th century.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
U1, U2, U3 Holzhausenstraße
U6, U7 Westend
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Outdoor spot / park

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