Frankfurt is very well known for its skyscrapers, having two of tallest skyscrapers in the European Union, the Commerzbank Tower and the Messeturm.
It is home to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, one of world's most important stock exchanges, and to the European Central Bank. A lot of trade fairs take place in Frankfurt, like the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung, worlds largest motor show, the Frankfurter Buchmesse, the largest bookfair and the Musikmesse the world's largest music fair.
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Frankfurt is found in Hesse (German: Hessen). I have to improve my answer, when you just talk about Frankfurt than you usual mean Frankfurt am (on the) Main, which is in Hesse (Hessen) But there is another Frankfurt in Germany, which is called Frankfurt an der (on the) Oder, that is in eastern Germany. This Frankfurt is found in Brandenburg.
Frankfurt has a varied calendar of events and festivals, some of which are celebrated by the whole country and others, which are exclusive to the city. Plan a trip to coincide with either the spring or autumn festivals and you will get to appreciate a jovial, light-hearted atmosphere in and around the city of Frankfurt. Popular things to see and do in Frankfurt include the lively Fasching, celebrated throughout Germany in February and the Frankfurt Christmas Fair during late November / December, which attracts huge crowds to the city. There are a number of magazines available at all newsagents, including the Journal Frankfurt, together with Fritz, Strandgut and Prinz, which are listings magazines on all forthcoming events in Frankfurt.
There are 2 cities "Frankfurt" in Germany. There is "Frankfurt am Main" or "Frankfurt / Main". Here is "Main" the river where the city is situated on. This is the Frankfurt with the large airport. The other Frankfurt is situated on the river "Oder". It's in the east of Germany at the border to Poland. This is called "Frankfurt an der Oder" or "Frankfort/Oder".
Frankfurt am Main = Frankfurt on the Main. The 'am' is short for 'an dem' = 'on the'. Main = the name of a river. I have not heard it abbreviated Frankfurt AM, normally Frankfurt/Main, or Frankfurt(Main), or FFM, or FRA, but I guess it could be abbreviated like that. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankfurt for more details -- including an explanation of the two Frankfurts in Germany.
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