Kaiserstrasse (engl. emperor street) is Frankfurt’s last conserved grand boulevard from the Gründerzeit era. It connects the main station with the Rossplatz in the city centre. While the majority of buildings is indeed from the Gründerzeit era, the street scape is typically modern Frankfurt including the scyscrapers of the area. In this panorama we see the silver tower in the left background, situated on Jürgen-Ponto-Platz (the former headquarter of Dresdner Bank) and on the right the Gallileo situated directly on the corner Kaiserstrasse/Gallusanlage. We photographed two more blocks of the street continuing to the left to be finnished later.
For an overview of other documented places from Frankfurt see our Frankfurt overview.