Gutleutviertel (Frankfurt am Main)
Gutleutviertel is a district or Stadtteil of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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. It is part of the Ortsbezirk Innenstadt I.

It takes its name from the medieval town "Gutleuthof", once a refuge for lepers. There is a similar multicultural meeting as in neighboring Central Railway Station District. The former working class district has spruced up considerably in recent years. After years of rehabilitation of the Port Tunnel in 2000 was reopened.

The former Western Harbor in the south and the power station in the West are squeezed in between the rails of the railway station in the north, the Basel busy street in the East. They are open area towards the river Main.
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