The Line of Frankfurt is 50cm long. It is cut in a 1.5mm thick sheet of steel and then finished in black. The city of Frankfurt was first referred to as such in 794 on a document from Charlemagne, who built a palace there. The city’s actual name is Frankfurt-on-the-Main. It is sometimes called the Manhattan of Europe because of its many skyscrapers, or Mainhattan in honour of the river that runs through it, the Main. The tallest building in Frankfurt is Commerzbank Tower, which stands at 259 metres high. It is the fourth-largest financial centre in Europe and the headquarters of the European Central Bank, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
The Line has chosen to depict the Frankfurt skyline as seen from the Goethe Tower.
It is wrapped up in a nice cardboard box, including 3 black nails of course!