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So much for Goetheruh:
"Two small viewing hills are hidden in the forest to the north of the Goethe Tower. The larger viewing hill is known as the Goetheruh. Whether Goethe rested here is not documented. In the run-up to the rather "loud" Goethe Tower, a quieter counterpart was reactivated here in 1999, which offers a tranquil view allowed on the city."
July 5, 2018
Well, that's a real anticipation for Sächsenhäuser and Neu Isenburg people: our beloved Goethe Tower is starting to shine in new splendor. Here is the current information from the FR from July 9th, 2020: fr.de/frankfurt/frankfurt-goetheturm-wird-juli-schon-haben-13826586.html
"Frankfurt: the date is fixed - the Goetheturm will be in place this summer" :-)
July 9, 2020
The Goetheturm was a 43.3 meter high observation tower in Frankfurt's city forest, built entirely of wood in 1931. The tower named after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was destroyed by arson in October 2017. Reconstruction is complete and it will reopen in October 2020.
July 29, 2020
The Goethe Tower is a wooden 43.3 meter high observation tower. The old tower from 1931 was destroyed by arson on October 12, 2017. Reconstruction began in November 2019 and by the end of July 2020 the structure was assembled and the tower was back. The official inauguration will be in October 2020.
August 19, 2020
In the restaurant next to the Götheturm there is the famous "Frankfurter Soss", so go and enjoy.
March 17, 2022
196 steps up to a height of 43.3 meters are only accessible on foot.
1 April to 31 October, from 8 a.m. to dusk (8 p.m. at the latest)
June 10, 2022
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