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  1. Frankfurt - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Frankfurt's third long-distance station is Frankfurt South station (Frankfurt Südbahnhof, often abbreviated as Frankfurt (Main) Süd or F-Süd), located in Sachsenhausen. It is an important destination for local trains and trams (lines 14 to 16, 19) and the terminal stop for four U-Bahn lines (U1, U2, U3, U8) and four S-Bahn lines (S3, S4, S5 ...

    • 112 m (367 ft)
    • Germany
    • 1st century
    • Hesse
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  3. List of tallest buildings in Europe - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · For decades, only a few major cities, such as Moscow, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Warsaw, Madrid contained skyscrapers. In recent years, however, construction has spread to many other cities on the continent, including Benidorm , Manchester , Milan , Vienna and the transcontinental city of Istanbul .

  4. Grattacieli più alti dell'Unione europea - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Messeturm: Francoforte sul Meno Germania: 257 55 1990 Torre de Cristal: Madrid Spagna: 249,5 45 2008 Torre Isozaki: Milano Italia: 249 (antenna); 209,2 (tetto) 50 2015 Torre Cepsa: Madrid Spagna: 248 45 2008 Palazzo della Cultura e della Scienza: Varsavia Polonia: 237 (guglia); 187,68 (tetto) 43 1955 Torre PwC: Madrid Spagna: 236 52 2008 Torre ...