List of street names in Frankfurt am Main / B
Babenhäuser Landstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- Babenhausen is a city southeast of Frankfurt.
Brown trout trail , Gutleutviertel
- The brown trout trail is located at the Westhafen .
Bachmannstrasse , Hausen
- Dr. Johann Heinrich Bachmann (1791–1859), lawyer in Hausen, founder of the Bachmann legate. This enabled the construction of the Hausen school to be financed.
Bachstelzenweg , Unterliederbach
- The white wagtail , a small, black bird that makes “ziewitt”, gives this street its name.
Bachstrasse , Kalbach
- Not the composer Johann Sebastian Bach is the namesake of this little street, but the Kalbach , which accompanies the street along its entire length.
Backergasse , Sachsenhausen
- There used to be a bakery on this street .
Bäckerweg , Nordend
- Bornheim bakers are said to have used this route as a shortcut when they pushed their baker's carts to the market in the morning.
Badstubengasse , Höchst
- The alley in the Höchst old town was evidently the location of an important institution of the medieval city, the bathhouse , in which usually not only bathing was done.
Baeyerstrasse , Griesheim
Balduinstrasse , Oberrad
- The Archbishop of Trier and Elector Baldwin of Luxembourg (around 1285-1354) helped his brother Heinrich to the royal throne and imperial throne in 1308. He repeated the same thing in 1346 in favor of his great-nephew Charles IV (1316-1378). He was considered one of the most influential diplomats of his time.
Barbarossastraße , Bergen- Enkheim
- Emperor Friedrich I , called Rotbart , in Italian Barbarossa , was the most important German emperor of the 12th century . At least four occasions in 1170, 1180, 1184 and 1188 have been handed down, on which Barbarossa and his entourage traveled from the Palatinate in Frankfurt to the Palatinate in Gelnhausen via this road of the empire (Frankfurt-Leipzig). Barbarossastraße used to be called from / to Triebstraße Westl. or Eastern Sand Road .
Barchfeldstrasse , Eckenheim
- after the Kurhessischen sideline Hessen-Philippsthal-Barchfeld .
Barckhausstrasse , Westend
- The von Barckhausen patrician family, who fled to Frankfurt during the Thirty Years' War , ran international wholesale and banking businesses. With Heinrich von Barckhausen, the family died out in 1752.
Barodapfad , Ostend
- Not an April Fool's joke: Named in 2002 after the legendary Indian elephant Baroda, who served in the Frankfurt Zoo from 1959 to 1984.
Bartholomäusgasse (formerly Erbsengasse ), Zeilsheim
- Saint Bartholomew , one of the twelve disciples of Jesus , is the patron saint of Frankfurt Cathedral , his skullcap is kept as a valuable relic in the cathedral treasury. The street that bears the name is located on the but much smaller parish church of the same name in Frankfurt-Zeilsheim . Its old name, Erbsengasse , bears a street in the formerly incorporated Frankfurt-Niederursel .
Baruch-Baschwitz-Platz , Rödelheim
- Baruch Baschwitz (1765–1836), born in Frankfurt (Oder), founded a printing company for Hebrew prayer literature together with Wolf Heidenheim in 1799 in Rödelheim. He spent the last years of his life in Rödelheim until his death.
Basaltstrasse , Bockenheim
- There were several basalt quarries in Bockenheim. Basalt is a volcanic rock made from cooled lava that the Vogelsberg - an extinct volcano in Central Hesse - had transported to Frankfurt. The Romans already mined the rock here and mostly used it for road construction (e.g. for the Heerstraße ).
Baseler Platz and Baseler Straße (1933–1945 Blücherplatz and Scharnhorststraße ), Gutleutviertel / Bahnhofsviertel
- Viewed from Frankfurt, the city of Basel lies at the other end of the Upper Rhine Rift . The quarter was built during the German Empire (1871-1918) and, in keeping with the spirit of the times, the streets were named after the Prussian soldiers Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher and Gerhard von Scharnhorst . The renaming took place only after the Second World War.
Bathgartenweg , Niedereschbach
- after the former meadows in this area
Battenberger Weg , Rödelheim
- Battenberg (Eder) , town in the Waldeck-Frankenberg district . The counts of the Battenberg family had already died out in 1314, but were reactivated by later conferring nobility. The English line of the family took the name Mountbatten in 1917.
Battery , maximum
- In military terms, a battery is a unit of four to eight guns that was used here to strengthen the fortress or city wall.
Battonnstrasse , old town
- Johann Georg Battonn (1740–1827), clergyman and canon at the Bartholomäusstift, was a Frankfurt historian and author of a topography in seven volumes (local description of the city of Frankfurt am Main) .
Construction road , Nordend
- One of the first streets that arose after the demolition of the Frankfurt city fortifications in the north end
Baumertstrasse , Fechenheim
- Baumert was the mayor of Fechenheim from 1888 to 1904.
Tree path , Northrend
- So named because of the formerly beautiful trees.
Bebraer Strasse , Fechenheim
Bechtenwaldstrasse , Zeilsheim
- Bechtenwald, an elevation in the western Taunus
Beckergasse , Rödelheim
- In the course of the incorporation of Rödelheim into Frankfurt, this street leading to Nidda was renamed Am Köstrich in 1910 .
Beethovenplatz and -strasse , Westend
- A street in almost every German city is likely to have been named after Ludwig van Beethoven .
Belchenstrasse , Niederrad
Bendelgasse , Heddernheim
- Field name, origin unknown
Bendergasse , old town
- The alley leading from the Nikolai Church to the former herb market and was the seat of Bender, that is, the Cooper ( Cooper ). Today the nave of the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt is located here .
Ben-Gurion-Ring , Niedereschbach and Bonames
Berger Marktplatz , Bergen -Enkheim
- Besides Höchst , Bergen is the only medieval city that was incorporated into the Frankfurt urban area. When and from whom Bergen received market rights is unknown, but Berger Markt has been celebrated for a long time.
Berger Strasse , Bornheim and Nordend
- Named after Bergen, a former town that is now part of the Bergen-Enkheim district .
- One of the most popular shopping streets in the city. The U4 underground line follows Berger Straße until just before the end of it, with three underground stations below the street.
Berger Weg , Seckbach
- There is also a road from Seckbach to Bergen.
Bergesgrundweg , Sachsenhausen
- According to a document from 1729, due to many sources, the win was called “Im Börngens Grund”.
Bergmannweg , Nied
- Dr. Ing Werner Bergmann (1877–1956), from 1919 to 1924 head of the railway repair shop located there, which was in operation from 1918 to 1967.
Berkersheimer Weg , Frankfurter Berg and Eschersheim
- Berkersheim is a Frankfurt district in the north-east of Frankfurt. The Berkersheimer Weg is part of the Römerstraße from Frankfurt-Heddernheim ( Roman town NIDA ) to Bad Vilbel ( Roman thermal baths Bad Vilbel ).
Berliner Strasse , old town
- After almost the entire old town of Frankfurt , a unique ensemble of medieval buildings, was bombed in the Second World War , the way was "finally" free for a wide main street through the old town. The capital of Prussia , to which Frankfurt had been a compulsory part since 1866, had previously been ignored in the Frankfurt city map, but Soviet occupation, division and blockade now aroused sympathy for the Berliners even in Frankfurt. Of the 11,000 or so street names in Berlin, there is still no street named after Frankfurt am Main, but there are Schwanheimer and Eschersheimer streets ; the local Frankfurter Straße refers to Frankfurt (Oder) .
Bernadottestrasse , Heddernheim
- Named after UN mediator Folke Bernadotte (1895–1948). Bernadotte is the name of the royal family of Sweden , who have ruled for two hundred years . Lennart Bernadotte Graf von Wisborg (1909-2004), who made the island of Mainau a flower paradise, was also highly regarded.
Bernburger Weg , Zeilsheim
Berner Strasse , Nieder-Eschbach
- It is somewhat surprising that in traditionally Switzerland- friendly Frankfurt, the street named after the federal capital is located in an industrial park far from the center
Bernhard-Becker-Strasse , Nordend-Ost
- Bernhard Becker (1914–1937), decorative painter from Frankfurt; Like his twin brother Ludwig, he attended the Städelschule, was involved in Catholic youth work and was arrested in 1937 by the Frankfurt Gestapo as the initiator of the "Becker Group" . After being severely ill-treated during interrogation, he was found hanged in his cell two months later
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee , Ostend (until 2007 western part of the street Am Tiergarten )
Bernhard-Hermkes-Strasse , Kalbach-Riedberg
- Bernhard Hermkes (1903–1995), architect and urban planner, initially at the Frankfurt City Planning Office for the Neues Frankfurt project , later teacher at the Offenbach University of Design . 1955 Professor at the Technical University of Berlin.
Bernhard-Mannfeld-Weg , Sachsenhausen
- Bernhard Mannfeld (1848–1925), painter and graphic artist. From 1895 worked as a teacher at the Städel .
Bernusstrasse , Bockenheim
- The Bernus family, who established the “Friedrich Alexander Bernus Foundation” in 1874.
Bert-Brecht-Strasse , Nieder-Eschbach
- Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956), playwright and poet, in exile from 1933 to 1948, expatriated in 1935, died in East Berlin.
Bertha-Bagge-Strasse , Kalbach / Riedberg
- Johanna Elisabeth Bertha Bagge (1859–1939), Frankfurt painter and etcher with close ties to the Kronberg painter colony . Many of her pictures show views of Frankfurt's old town
Bertha-Pappenheim-Weg , Kalbach-Riedberg
- Bertha Pappenheim (1859–1936), Vienna-born women's rights activist, Jewish social pioneer and founder of the Jewish Women's Association. Under the pseudonym Anna O. she treated Sigmund Freud as a case history for his theory of hysteria and thus psychoanalysis. She died in Neu-Isenburg.
Bertha-von-Suttner-Ring , Sachsenhausen
- Bertha von Suttner (1843–1914), Austrian pacifist and writer (pseudonym B. Oulot). She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1905 .
Bertholdstrasse , Praunheim
- At the time of Praunheim's first documentary mention in 1063, Count Berthold was Count of Niddagau, to which Praunheim belonged.
Bertramstrasse , Dornbusch
- Bertramstrasse is named after Heinrich von Bertram, a Frankfurt patrician who in 1660 acquired the medieval Kühhornshof , a medieval manor fortified with a moat and defense tower, an important part of the Frankfurter Landwehr . The Hessischer Rundfunk was established there after the Second World War .
Beselerstrasse , Ostend
- Carl Georg Christoph von Beseler (1809–1888), law professor, member of the Frankfurt National Assembly in 1848.
Bessemerstrasse , Bergen- Enkheim
- Sir Henry Bessemer (1813–1898), English engineer, designed the Bessemer pear to produce high quality steel. Until the closure of the iron foundry Victor Slotosch in 1996, it formed the western border of the company premises with company houses.
Bessie-Coleman-Strasse , airport
- Elizabeth "Bess" Coleman (1892–1926), the first African-American female pilot in the United States, died when an airplane crashed on the flyover from Dallas to Jacksonville
Bethmannstrasse , old town
- The Bethmann family is the founder of the Frankfurt banking house, which is the most traditional in addition to Rothschild .
Bethmann-Hollweg-Strasse , Oberrad
- Moritz August von Bethmann-Hollweg (1795–1877), lawyer and later Prussian minister of education, who owned land in Oberrad. His grandson Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg (1856–1921) was German Chancellor from 1909 to 1917 .
Bettinaplatz and Bettinastraße , Westend
- Bettina von Arnim -Brentano (1785-1859), German writer and an important representative of German Romanticism . She was married to Ludwig Achim von Arnim , with whom she had seven children.
Betzdorfer Strasse , Sossenheim
Beunestrasse , Nied
- Beune, derived from "to bind", was an area enclosed within the village fence and often specially protected, which was exempt from the nocturnal entry ban. Field names with "beune" are among the oldest still in use today.
Beuthener Strasse , Sachsenhausen
- Beuthen , bytom in Polish , is a large city in Silesia in the industrial conurbation around Katowice .
Bickenbacher Weg , Sachsenhausen
Biebergasse , city center, between Hauptwache and "Fressgass"
- the name probably goes back to the place Bieber , which was incorporated into Offenbach am Main in 1938 . Numerous citizens from Bieber moved to Frankfurt during the Middle Ages. The Bieberers used to have castle rights in Frankfurt too, which means they were allowed to withdraw behind the walls of Frankfurt in case of danger, but had to help with the maintenance of the walls.
Biedenkopfer way , Rödelheim
Biegweg , Rödelheim
- named after a village of Biegen that was lost in 1295.
Bielefelder Strasse , Zeilsheim
- Bielefeld is the largest city in East Westphalia-Lippe . Headquarters of the Oetker Group , which also includes the Binding Brewery.
Bildäckerstraße , Nied
- Hallway name, recorded in 1699 as "Billacker". Origin unknown. A naming after a wayside shrine in an open field is conceivable .
Billtalstrasse , Höchst
- The Billtal lies west of Königstein in the Taunus . The local Naturfreundehaus Billtalhöhe is very much appreciated by hikers.
Bilsteinweg , Preungesheim
Bindingstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- Conrad Binding (1846–1933), originally a cooper, then a brewer, bought several smaller breweries, founded Binding AG, and relocated to Darmstädter Landstrasse. Today Binding is the largest brewery in Hesse, it belongs to the Radeberger Group , ultimately to the Oetker Group .
Bingelsweg , Griesheim
- Way to the Griesheimer Flur "Bingelsgewann"
Birminghamstrasse , Nied
Birsteiner Strasse , Fechenheim
Bischofsheimer Strasse and Bischofsheimer Platz , Gallus
- Bischofsheim , a community in the Groß-Gerau district , a former district of Mainz , is located near the mouth of the Main .
Bischofsweg , Sachsenhausen
- prehistoric path along the old Main bank, which the bishops of Mainz later took when they visited their estates in the Aschaffenburg area in order not to have to cross the (Protestant) Frankfurt district.
Bitterfelder Weg , Zeilsheim
- Bitterfeld , well-known industrial city in Saxony-Anhalt , albeit at times notorious because of environmental pollution . In 2007, it was merged with Wolfen and some surrounding communities to form Bitterfeld-Wolfen .
Bitzweg (old), Seckbach
- Today is called Seckbacher Bitzweg. The Bitze (bezune) is an old Alemannic word for a fenced garden area within the village fence.
Blanchardstrasse , Bockenheim
- Jean-Pierre Blanchard (1753-1809) and his wife Sophie Blanchard (1778-1819) were French pioneers of balloon flight. Together they crossed the English Channel in a balloon, both of which lost their lives through this sport.
Blankenburger Weg , Zeilsheim
Blankenheimer Strasse , Schwanheim
Blauenstrasse , Niederrad
Blauhandgasse , old town
- After the house "Zur Blaue Hand", the dyers house of the Frankfurt wool weavers.
Blauländchenstrasse , Zeilsheim
- Blauländchen, an area west of Wiesbaden.
Blauwiesenweg , Heddernheim
- Hallway name, origin unknown, possibly a reminiscence of a once colorfully blooming meadow.
Bleichstrasse , downtown
- The bleaching meadows once lay on this road . This means that fabrics there were exposed to the sun and bleached out.
Bleidenstrasse , old town
- In this street that was armory , that is the armory of Frankfurt. Bliden were large, medieval throwing machines for throwing stone balls.
Bleiweißstrasse , Oberrad
- The pigment lead carbonate (for white colors) is called lead white . It was also widely used in fine art painting and is now banned because of its toxicity.
Blittersdorffplatz , Bahnhofsviertel (since June 24, 2008 François-Mitterrand-Platz )
- Friedrich Landolin Karl Freiherr von Blittersdorf (1792–1861), Baden State Minister, member of the Frankfurt National Assembly in 1848.
Bockenheimer plant , city center; Bockenheimer Landstrasse and Bockenheimer Warte , Westend
- Bockenheim became an independent town in 1822, which was not incorporated into Frankfurt until 1895.
Bockenheimer Warte , Westend
- The Bockenheimer Warte was one of the four waiting towers of the Frankfurt Landwehr built in the 14th century . It is still on the Frankfurt mark, as the border to Bockenheim ran roughly at the level of Graefstrasse.
Bockgasse , old town
- This alley was parallel to the Ziegelgasse near the Liebfrauenberg to the east . Here was the Palatinate Court , the commercial agency for Electoral Palatinate merchants in the trade fair city of Frankfurt.
Böcklinstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- Arnold Böcklin (1827–1901), Swiss painter, draftsman, graphic artist and sculptor. He is considered one of the most important visual artists of the 19th century.
Bodelschwinghstrasse , Fechenheim
- Friedrich von Bodelschwingh the Elder (1831–1910), pastor and theologian. Founder of the v. Bodelschwinghsche Anstalten Bethel. These were then headed by his son of the same name, Friedrich von Bodelschwingh the Younger (1877–1946), also a pastor.
Bodenbacher Weg , Sachsenhausen
- Bodenbach, formerly an independent town in Bohemia on the Upper Elbe, today part of Děčín (German Tetschen). The German names of cities in the Sudetenland were also the inspiration for the neighboring streets in the Fritz Kissel settlement .
Bodenstedtstrasse , Sachsenhausen
Bodenseestrasse , Fechenheim
- Not the Swabian Sea , but Lake Constance, which used to exist in Fechenheim, is the namesake here. It is still mentioned in old topographic maps.
Böhlepark , Sachsenhausen
- The painter Fritz Boehle was a close friend of the Binding family and was generously supported by them. In 1914 Boehle drew the image of Charlemagne (the Carolingian) on the label of the bottles.
Böhmerstrasse , Westend
- Dr. jur. Johann Friedrich Böhmer (1795–1863) was a historian and first director of the Old City Library on the Obermainanlage.
Bolongarostraße , Höchst and Nied
- The Bolongaro family were tobacco manufacturers from Lombardy who settled in Höchst in the 18th century . The preserved, baroque Bolongaropalast in the street named after them today was their residence.
Bommersheimer Strasse , Praunheim
Bonifatiuspark and Bonifatiusstraße , Kalbach
- Bonifatius , the apostle of the Germans , was transferred from Mainz to the Fulda monastery after his violent death . The funeral procession followed old Roman roads and spent a night at the Bonifatius fountain near Kalbach.
Bönstädter Strasse , Bornheim
Bornemannstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- Wilhelm Bornemann, first Frankfurt City School Councilor, served the city from 1847 to 1896.
Börneplatz and -strasse (1933 to 1945 Dominikanerplatz / Großer Wollgraben ), old town
- The square named after the Jewish poet Ludwig Börne from Frankfurt is located on the site of the medieval Judengasse , the Jewish ghetto . The Börneplatz synagogue stood here until it was destroyed in 1938 .
Borngasse , old town
- The no longer existing street , named after a Brünnchen (Born is an old word for well ) located here, largely coincides with today's Domstraße .
Bornheimer Landwehr , Ostend
- Part of the Frankfurter Landwehr , which was built in the Middle Ages to protect the urban area. It usually consisted of double trenches between which thorn hedges made it difficult to negotiate.
Börsenplatz and Börsenstrasse (1933–1945 Platz der SA ), city center
- The building of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, known from television, is located here .
Borsigallee , Bergen- Enkheim , Seckbach
Boseweg , Schwanheim
- Countess Louise von Bose (1813–1883), daughter of Elector Wilhelm I of Hesse, set up a foundation for the Senckenberg Natural Research Society .
Boskoopstrasse , Preungesheim
- named after the Boskoop apple variety
Bossstrasse , Preungesheim
- Name of a long-established Preungesheim farming family whose homestead bordered this street.
Bottenhorner Weg , Rödelheim
Böttgerstrasse , Nordend
- Prof. Dr. Rudolf Christian Böttger (1806–1881), theologian, physician and physicist, invented a. a. the gun cotton , the electroforming and the match . There was a Roman villa at the confluence with Hartmann-Ibach-Straße.
Brahmsstrasse , Nordend
- Johannes Brahms (1833–1897), German composer, pianist and conductor. His symphonies, songs and other works are still repertoire music with all well-known orchestras.
Brand , Höchst
- In 1778 25 houses and many barns burned down in the town of Höchst .
Brandenburger Weg , Nieder-Erlenbach
- Brandenburg is not only a federal state, but also a city in the same and a former county . So we can puzzle who it is dedicated to.
Braubachstrasse , old town
- The Braubach, originally Bruchbach, which only flowed into the Nidda at Rödelheim . It was more of a sewer than a stream, because everything was disposed of in it, so that it became a breeding ground for epidemics. It has long been piped.
Braumannstrasse , Preungesheim
- long-established Preungesheim family
Braunfelsstrasse , Bockenheim
Braunschweiger Weg , Zeilsheim
- Braunschweig , city and former federal state in today's Lower Saxony . The Canadian province " New Brunswick " is named after them.
Bregenzer Strasse , Fechenheim
Breidensteiner Weg , Rödelheim
Breitlacher Strasse , Rödelheim
- named after a long-lost place Breitelach , whose name suggests a large (fish) pond.
Bremer Platz and Bremer Straße , Westende
Brendelstrasse , Hausen
- the Brendel von Homburg family owned the von Hausen court in the 14th century.
Brentanopark , Rödelheim and Brentanostraße , Westend
- Clemens Brentano (1778–1842), brother of Bettina von Arnim (see Bettinastraße), romantic poet . The family had originally immigrated from Italy and had a very good reputation until recently, see Heinrich von Brentano , Foreign Minister in the cabinet of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer .
Breslauer Strasse , Sachsenhausen
Breubergstrasse , Niederrad
Breulsweg , Sachsenhausen
- District name. Breul is identical to Brühl , which means a swampy, bush-covered meadow.
Briandring , Sachsenhausen
- Aristide Briand (1862–1932), Foreign Minister and several times head of government in France. In 1926 he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on the Treaty of Locarno .
Brohltalstrasse , Schwanheim
- The Brohl valley, to which the Brohlbach gave its name, is located in the Brohl valley in the district of Ahrweiler .
Brommstrasse , Dornbusch
- The patrician family Bromm had become rich through international wholesale. Acquired the Kühhornshof in 1586 (see Kühhornshofweg and Bertramstraße). In 1860 the family died out in Frankfurt.
Brönnerstrasse , city center
- Johann Carl Brönner (1738–1812), printer, publisher and senator, and his brother Remigius owned a publishing house that was highly regarded at the time. His collection of rare etchings and engravings formed the basis for the Print Room of the Städel .
Broßstrasse , Bockenheim
- Johann Wolfgang Ludwig Broß (1803–1880) donated a scholarship fund for students of local secondary schools.
Bruchfeldplatz and Bruchfeldstrasse , Niederrad
- Bruch = swamp, morass, bog. The Main valley at that time was very swampy.
Bruchstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- as above. The "Lange Bruch", a tributary of the Main, which began at Oberrad and returned to the Main in Niederrad, once passed through this area.
Bruderhofstraße , Bergen- Enkheim , runs on the north side of Mönchhof .
- Already in the Middle Ages, up to secularization in 1803, the Arnsburg monastery in Enkheim owned the Mönchhof, also known as the Arnsburger Hof. First it was led by Benedictines and later by Cistercians. The Counts of Solms as the new owners - after the abolition of the monastery property as part of the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss in 1803 - parceled it out and sold it in 1813 to 16 Enkheim residents.
Brueckenstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- This is one of the oldest streets, mentioned as early as 1356. It led to what was then the “Sachsenhausen Bridge”, today's Old Bridge .
Brückhofstrasse , city center
- The Brückhof, over the former ground of which the street leads, stood hibbdebach of the current “Old Bridge” and was owned by the city.
Brothers-Grimm-Strasse , Ostend
- The brothers Jacob (1785–1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786–1859), born in Hanau , are known as linguists and collectors of fairy tales (Grimms Märchen). Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White or Hansel and Gretel are well known to every child.
Brühlfeld and Brühlstrasse , Heddernheim
- Brühl , sometimes also spelled Breul, is the name for swampy bushland, possibly adopted by the Celts.
Brüningstrasse , Höchst
- Eugen Lucius and Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Meister founded the company “Theerfarbenfabrik Meister, Lucius & Co.” in 1863, from which Hoechst AG emerged. In 1865, Adolf von Brüning took over the shares of the third partner, Ludwig August Müller, as technical director. Because of his strategy, he is seen as the actual founder of the company.
Well path , Nied
- Along this road lies the so-called. Septic wells, at a right angle opens the Faulbrunnenweg . The mineral spring has been set in a stone bed since 1828; The current facility was built in 1936.
Bruno Asch plant , Höchst
- Bruno Asch (1890–1940) was mayor of Höchst am Main until 1925 and Frankfurt city treasurer until 1931. Because of his Jewish faith and his membership in the SPD, he was driven into exile and death by the Nazi regime.
Bruno-Poelke-Strasse , Bockenheim
- Bruno Poelke (1883–1975), aviation pioneer, flight instructor, fighter pilot and aircraft designer, lived in Frankfurt from 1902.
Bruno-Stürmer-Strasse , Schwanheim
- Bruno Stürmer (1892–1958), composer from Frankfurt. Choir and church songs were his specialty.
Buber-Neumann-Weg , Heddernheim
- Margarete Buber-Neumann (1901–1989), German communist, concentration camp prisoner and political journalist, died in Frankfurt.
Buchenrodestrasse , Niederrad
- Field names with -rod or rode indicate clearing (often also slash-and-burn) that were carried out between the 11th and 14th centuries. The Buchenrode house was the private villa of the privy councilor Arthur von Weinberg , the co-owner of the Cassella Farbwerke Mainkur . Today it houses the "Therapeutische Wohngemeinschaft Buchenrode", for young people aged 14-21, e.g. B. after hospital stay in psychiatry . The individually tailored social therapeutic offer enables them to stabilize and learn to cope with the demands of everyday life.
Buchgasse , old town
- Two book fairs were held here every year until 1750, before they were relocated to Leipzig in order to avoid imperial censorship.
Buchrainplatz and Buchrainstrasse , Oberrad
- The Buchrain in the Oberräder Buchenwald is an elongated sand dune.
Buchscheerfeldweg , Sachsenhausen-Süd
- The name Buchscheer comes from the 16th and 17th centuries. Century, informs the apple wine bar "Zur Buchscheer" with reference to the Frankfurt Institute for City History. At this time the farmers took their pigs and the shepherds their flocks into the forest to beech nuts and acorns, the word component "book" comes from beech. “Scheer” in turn stands for mowing or pasture land in Old / Middle High German. In the neighboring district of Oberrad, the "Scheerwald" still exists as part of the Frankfurt city forest.
Buchwaldstrasse , Bornheim
- The eponymous forest was laid down by the Bornheimers at the end of the 18th century.
Bückeburger Weg , Zeilsheim
- The city of Bückeburg in the district of Schaumburg was the residential city of the former state or Free State of Schaumburg-Lippe in today's Lower Saxony.
Budapester Strasse , Nieder-Eschbach
- Budapest has been the Hungarian twin city of Frankfurt since 1990 . However, the settlement of the street was built in the early 1950s by Hungarian emigrants and was originally named Heimatstrasse . When Nieder-Eschbach was incorporated into Frankfurt in the early 1970s, the street was given its current name as a reference to the original founders of the estate.
Büdinger Strasse , Eckenheim
Bundenweg , Dornbusch
- It is very likely that the name comes from Beunde. Beunde, derived from “to bind”, was an area enclosed within the village fence and often specially protected, which was exempt from the nocturnal entry ban.
Bürgeler Strasse , Fechenheim
- Bürgel, a district of Offenbach am Main since 1908 , which can be reached quickly by ferry across the Main.
Burgenlandweg , Oberrad
- The Burgenland is one of the states in Austria, on the border with Hungary. The capital is Eisenstadt. Sopron, originally intended for this purpose, decided in 1921 to remain with Hungary in a referendum. Streets adjacent to the Burgenlandweg are named after the Austrian cities of Vienna and Graz.
Mayor Schubert Park , Griesheim
- In 2009 a park on the banks of the Main was renamed after Benno Schubert (1877–1957), Mayor of Griesheim from 1922 to 1928, on the initiative of the Griesheim History Society.
Burgfriedenstrasse , Rödelheim, formerly Cäcilienstrasse
- The heirs of the Reichsburg in Rödelheim were the von Kronberg family and the city of Frankfurt. Both once swore that there should be no quarrel between each other in a precisely fixed area about the common castle, the so-called truce . Nevertheless, a few years later there was a power struggle, which was resolved peacefully.
Burgholzer Platz and Burgholzer Straße , Eschersheim
Burglehen , Fechenheim
- Fechenheim citizens were allowed to cultivate fields of the Frankfurt Castle in the Fechenheim district as castle fiefs. Often a fiefdom fell back to the fiefdom in the case of the death of the liege recipient and was then reassigned.
Burgstrasse , Nordend-Ost
- From the Middle Ages, the road led to what was then Bornburg in Bornheim , and later to Günthersburg . Today the road ends at Günthersburgpark .
Burgunderweg , Unterliederbach
- The Burgundians , a Germanic tribe, later settled in what is now Burgundy , French Bourgogne. The Burgundians are still in our minds today thanks to the Nibelungenlied , but even more so because of the Burgundy (wine) . Germanic folk and tribal names have also been used for other streets in the neighborhood (Gotenstrasse, Markomannenweg, etc.).
Burnitzstrasse , Sachsenhausen
- Rudolf Heinrich Burnitz (1827–1880), Frankfurt architect. His most famous work here is the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the Italian Renaissance style .
Butzbacher Strasse , Nordend
Butznickelweg , Zeilsheim
- The Butznickel, 462 m high mountain near Eppstein- Ehlhalten
Buzzistraße , Bockenheim-Kuhwald
- Johann Vinzenz Buzzi (1808–1876), a merchant, had the Vincenzheim built for children in need of relaxation in Frankfurt in a forest park in Hofheim .
-  (PDF file; 3.9 MB) Official Journal of the City of Frankfurt am Main, No. 26/2008