The Messeturm, or Trade Fair Tower, is a 63- storey, 257 m (843 ft) skyscraper in the Westend-Süd district of Frankfurt, Germany. It is the second tallest building in Frankfurt, the second tallest building in Germany and the second tallest building in the European Union.
Der Messeturm (Eigenschreibweise: MesseTurm) ist ein Wolkenkratzer im Westend von Frankfurt am Main.Mit einer Höhe von 256,5 Metern ist er das zweithöchste Hochhaus der Europäischen Union und war bei seiner Fertigstellung 1991 das höchste Hochhaus innerhalb der EU.
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MesseTurm is a skyscraper in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany. In English it is known as the Trade Fair Tower. It is Germany's second tallest, and at the time of its building, it was the tallest building in Europe. It is the fourth tallest building in Europe.
English: Frankfurt (Main) – Fair trade tower - from roof of Maintower Deutsch: Messeturm Frankfurt am Main. Aufnahmestandort: Aussichtsplatform des Maintower.
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According to a ranking of German FOCUS magazine (November 2007) seven of the 48 largest advertising agencies in Germany are based in Frankfurt, including Havas, Dentsu, McCann-Erickson, Saatchi & Saatchi, JWT, and Publicis. Food. Frankfurt is home to the German headquarters of Nestlé, the world's largest food company, located in Niederrad.
Exceptionally practical: the Messeturm is the only skyscraper in Frankfurt with its own entrance to the underground railway. And the Messeturm is also perfectly located in the heart of the city’s road network.
In 1864 Frankfurt became the second German city, following the Grand Duchy of Baden (1862), to remove all restrictions on citizens' rights and to grant civic equality to Jews. Due to the crowded and unsanitary conditions on the Judengasse most Jews had left the former ghetto during the 19th century and settled in the neighboring suburb, "Ostend".
This was the last IAA before it was again suspended during World War II, after which Germany and Berlin was divided, with West-Berlin being isolated within Communist East Germany. From 1947–1949, West Germany’s automobile and accessories manufacturers took part in the export trade fair in Hanover. The automobile industry’s hall acted like ...
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