Today, Paulskirche is used as a venue for events, but it once was the place where the first publicly and freely elected German legislative body was convened.
One of the places that has a lot of significance to Frankfurt is Paulskirche (St. Paul’s Church). It is now called “House of all Germans”, but its important political symbolism dates back to 1848 when the Frankfurt Parliament convened here. Nowadays the former Protestant church serves as a location for several award ceremonies, such as the Goethe Prize, concerts and art exhibitions. Inside the church, you can learn all about the fascinating history of this astonishing building. Like the fact it was the first structure in Frankfurt that was rebuilt after the Second World War. The preferential treatment was a tribute to its symbolism of freedom and as the cradle of Germany. This place is the perfect location for people looking for a historical experience for their trip.