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Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map
Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map

Frankfurt Borch Folded Laminated Map

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ISBN 13:
Map Size:




Frankfurt am Main
1:12 000
660 mm x 494 mm
26 in. x 19,5 in.
243 mm (H) x 110 mm (W) x 8 mm (D)
9,6 in. (H) x 4,3 in. (W) x 0,3 in. (D)
60 g
2,1 oz
10th edition 2017
BORCH Map, laminated city map, folded

Detailed Maps:
Frankfurt a. M. 1:12 000, Frankfurt Zentrum 1:8 250, Großraum Frankfurt 1:110 000, Germany administrative, Nahverkehrskarte RMV


Our soft-laminated folded map of Frankfurt in the 10th edition shows: Frankfurt a. M. 1:12 000, Frankfurt Centre 1:8 250, Greater Frankfurt 1:110 000, public transport Frankfurt, Germany administrative, Top 30 Sights. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, public transport, top sights and points of interest, useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and humidity, overview maps, time zones, and much more..

The modern city of Frankfurt am Main - also known as "Bankfurt", "Mainhattan" or "The Big Äppel" - is Germany's fifth largest city and the country's financial and business center. It is home to the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is also Germany's premier traffic hub and home to one of the world's busiest airports and largest rail terminals. In the Holy Roman Empire, Frankfurt was an imperial city, subordinate only to the Holy Roman Emperor himself, not to a regional ruler. Although its major historic landmarks were largely destroyed in World War II, those reconstructed to their former glory include the Roemer, the Old Opera House, the Hauptwache and the Goethe House, all worth seeing. Further points of interest include the Senckenberg Natural History Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. Culinary specialties of Frankfurt are of the more hearty variety and include wurst, kraut, green sauce, and apple wine.

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