Romerberg is the most colourful square in Frankfurt that you must not miss. If you do, then, you couldn’t say you’ve visited this modern German city with an old charm. Romerberg is literally translated as the “Roman Mountain” but you won’t be able to see even a hump in this square. Yes, there’s no mountain here nor it is surrounded by mountains. The name itself, however, suggests that this city was once, undoubtedly, ruled by the Romans.
The colorfully-decorated gabled half-timbered Gothic houses in Romerberg would never fail to hold your breath away.
These medieval house has been here since the 15th century – though many of them are reconstructed after World War 2.
If you look at the facades of these structures – their patterns, colors, symmetries, angles, symbols, and statues – they compliment each other’s unique, individual beauty.