Main Tower

The Main Tower in Frankfurt, Germany, is a prominent skyscraper that stands as one of the city’s iconic landmarks. Completed in 1999, the Main Tower is 200 meters (656 feet) tall and has 56 floors. It is named after the nearby Main River that flows through the city. One distinctive feature of the Main Tower is its façade, which is primarily made of glass, giving it a modern and sleek appearance.

The Main Tower serves a dual purpose, functioning as both an office building and an observation tower. The upper floors house offices and conference rooms, while the public can access an observation deck on the 56th floor. From this vantage point, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Frankfurt and its surroundings, including the city skyline and the Main River.

The Main Tower has become a symbol of Frankfurt’s status as a major financial hub in Europe. It offers a unique blend of architectural significance, practical functionality, and a popular tourist attraction with its impressive views of the city.