FRANKFURT, GERMANY: 1944

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Alte Oper (Old Opera) House. Completed in 1880, but destroyed by bombs in 1944. It was rebuilt slowly and reopened in 1981.

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Standing since 1983 in Zeil Promenade: “David and Goliath” by Richard Hess.

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“whoever gives up his freedom to gain courage will lose both in the end” 

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15sep17 Frankfurt, Germany

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4 thoughts on “FRANKFURT, GERMANY: 1944

  1. The sticker with the TV set originally probably read “Grenzen abschaffen – Freiheit + Einheit” (“abolish borders – freedom + unity”). By erasing the “ab” somebody turned it into “Grenzen schaffen” (create borders), thereby turning the meaning around.

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