As the guardian of the euro, the European Central Bank (ECB) supervises the stability of the single currency of 19 EU countries. During a tour of the architecturally impressive building in the Ostend district, visitors will learn how the bank is organised and takes decisions. They can also view the ECB’s collection of contemporary art.
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Located in the Höchst district, this is Germany’s second-most-famous porcelain factory, combining tradition and craftsmanship with high-quality materials and attention to detail in its stylish creations.
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Founded in 1815 by banker and merchant Johann Friedrich Städel, the Städel Museum is the oldest and most prestigious museum foundation in Germany. It offers an overview of 700 years of European art history, with pieces dating from the early 14th century onwards, so from the Early Renaissance to the present day. The collection displays paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings and prints, with works by Lucas Cranach, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Gerhard Richter and many other artists.
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