Euro, Frankfurt  

Eurotower Building

Can you find the difference in these two pictures of the European Central Bank’s former home (until March 2015) in Frankfurt am Main, Germany? This building was designed by architects Johannes Kahn and Richard Heil, and opened in 1997. It is 148 metres high (486 feet) with 39 storeys and although it has now been replaced as the headquarters of the Euro’s issuing bank, the Eurotower remains part of the EU’s history and is still used by the bank. This is the place where people still come to have their photo taken beside the giant Euro symbol, and the tower remains visible from all over Frankfurt. Can you or your friends find the difference first?