Frankfurt - Frankfurt, Germany

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Frankfurt - Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt - Wikipedia

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Frankfurt am Main, German: ['fRaNGkfURt?am'maIn] (listen); Hessian Frangford am maa, lit. The most populous German city is Frankfurt am Main, also known as \"Frank ford auf der Main\" in Hesse. It is home to 763,380 people as of 31/12/2019. This makes it Germany's fifth-most populous municipality. It is located on the Main, a tributary to the Rhine. The urban area of Offenbach am Main has a population in excess of 2.3 million. This city is located in the heart of Germany's larger Rhine-Main metropolitan area, with a population greater than 5.6 millions. It is Germany's second-largest metro region after the Rhine-Ruhr. Frankfurt's central business area, the Bankenviertel is located approximately 90 km (56 miles) northwest of Gadheim, Lower Franconia, which is the EU's geographic center. The Franks are the city's name, just like France and Franconia. Frankfurt is the largest city within the Rhine Franconian dialect region.

Frankfurt was the Free City of Frankfurt for almost five centuries. It was the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Since 1945, it has been part the state of Hesse. Frankfurt is culturally and ethnically diverse. Half of the population and most of its young people are immigrants. 25% of the population is foreign-born, many of them expatriates. Frankfurt is home 1909 ultra-high-net-worth people, which ranks sixth among all cities. [5]