Frankfurt am Main - Goldene Löwenplätzchen (Little Gold Lion Square)

Löwenbrunnen am Goldenen Löwenplätzchen   1904

The Lion Fountain on the Gold Lion Square. The fountain was called Grabborn until 1598, because of its proximity to the city moats (Graben). It was renovated at that time and received the name Lion Fountain. It was reworked as a pump fountain in 1781.  The fountain was built by the stonemason master Arzt, and the sculpture was added by Johann Leonhard Aufmuth.

Der Löwenbrunnen am Goldenen Löwenplätzchen. Der Brunnen hieß bis 1598 Grabborn wegen der Nähe des Stadtgrabens. Damals erneuert, erhielt er den Namen Löwenbrunnen. 1781 zum Pumpbrunnen umgebaut. Erbaut von Steinmetzmeister Arzt, die Plastik von Johann Leonhard Aufmuth.

 

 

Frankfurt am Main
Altstadt 2 (Old City 2)
Staufenmauer-Graben
Between the Staufen Walls and the "Graben", The medieval expansion area.

Allerheiligenstrasse
All Saints Street, Breitgasse "Wide Lane",
Einhornplätzchen The Little Unicorn Square, Fahrgasse,
Fischerfeld Fisher Field,  Goldfedergasse Gold Feather Lane,
GoldLöwenpätzchen The Little Square of the Golden Lion, 
Grosser Hirschgraben
, Holzgraben Wood Moat,
Judengasse Jewish Lane (Boerne Strasse)
Boerneplatz Boerne Square, Friedhof The Jewish Cemetery, Rothschild Stammhaus Rothschild's Ancestral Home,
Kornmarkt  The Corn Market, Liebfrauenberg, Seckbächergasse Seckbach Lane,
Töngesgasse
Toenges Lane,  Ziegelgasse Brick Lane
Altstadtkern - The Heart of the Old City