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On the opposite side of the Main is the district of Sachsenhausen.

The construction descends predominantly from the reconstruction phase of the post war era, aside from which there are numerous historical buildings partly reconstructed after their destruction in the war.Approximately 3,400 people reside in the Altstadt of which an estimated 32% are of foreign origin.Covering less than half a square kilometre the Altstadt is the smallest district of Frankfurt.The area is completely built-up with the only open spaces being accounted for by the Main and the river bank, the streets, squares and backyards.This is above the ratio of the entire town, but far under that of the other town quarters.

The adjacent Neustadt, for example, is home to 44% non-German inhabitants.Museums and theatres dominate the western part of Altstadt and service jobs are a major part of the economy, especially along Weißfrauenstraße and Berliner Straße.It used to be part of the original Innenstadt area, which lay inside of the city walls, the Staufenmauer.Only very small sections of the Altstadt were rebuilt after World War II and so only a few old buildings are actually preserved.The Altstadt contains many of Frankfurt's most important sights, including the Römerberg plaza with the famed Römer city hall and many other middle-age style buildings which are mostly actually reconstructions. Bartholomäus Cathedral and the Paulskirche, the short-lived seat of the German National Assembly in 1848-49.The Dom-Römer Project is a current reconstruction project for the old town quarter between the Römer square and the Frankfurt Cathedral.