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Frankfurt community - Introduce yourself!

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I though it would be a good idea to create this thread so everybody in the Frankfurt community can introduce themselves. As our community grows, this would also be a nice way for new members to get to know each other.

Tell us a little bit about yourself - why are you in Frankfurt, and what are you doing here? If you have any ideas on how we can make our community a lively place, also post them in here.

  • Stefan Cosma

    posted by  in Frankfurt forum 

    Hopefully everything is going to get right for me and I'll be soon joining you in Frankfurt. 'Looking forward to meet you all there :) A couple of weekends ago I went there and I just fell in love with the city. Now I'm counting down the days...

  • Verena Mazlow

    posted by  in Frankfurt forum 

    I came to Frankfurt for an internship. Looking forward to meet you guys!

  • Blizzy Everhard

    posted by  in Frankfurt forum 

    Hi there! I guess I'm the only one here who's not living in Frankfurt, but I have lived there for quite a while and still visit regulary. So if any newcomer needs some advice, let me know!

  • Liliane M

    posted by  in Frankfurt forum 

    I'm just went to Frankfurt for my new job, and I'd like to meet some other people from abroad. So far it looks like Frankfurt is far better than its reputation!

  • Janosch Kraemer

    posted by  in Frankfurt forum 

    I just came to Frankfurt a week ago for a language course, but I'm thinking of studying in Germany afterwards. Would be great to meet other foreigners to explore the city!

  • Dora Böhm

    Hi there!

    posted by  Dora Böhm in Frankfurt forum 

    Hi Gabriela, I guess I'll make a start. I've spent most of my last 10 years living in different countries - Spain, France and the US amongst others. Now I'm back in Germany an chose to live in Frankfurt because of its international atmosphere. So although I'm not a "foreigner" here, I'd love to get in touch with people from abroad and help those who have question on how to get things going in Frankfurt.

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