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Frankfurt Stock Exchange

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Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Photograph: Anton Nikiforov

After the Nazi regime’s collapse, the stock exchange closed for six months, reopening in September 1945. Today it’s one of the biggest stock exchanges in the world. You can see the trading floor on tours running from Monday to Friday; included is a view from the visitors’ gallery onto the trading floor pits below. For 125 Euros, you’ll get a presentation that includes the history of the stock exchange—be sure to request English if you need it. Outside the beautiful colonnaded building, see the two bronze figures, the Bull and Bear (by Reinhard Dachlauer in 1985), which represent the ups and downs of the world’s stock markets.

By: Veronica Zaragovia


Venue name: Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Address: Börsenplatz 4

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
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