The Frankfurt Paul’s Church has been dipped on Monday evening in the case of an action for human rights in the blue light. Thus was the Declaration of the UN human rights Charter from the 10. December 1948, reminded, informed the city administration.

Frankfurt series with the St. Paul’s Church as a Symbol of the German democracy in a list of major international cities, the to 70. Anniversary of the anleuchteten signing also landmark blue. It is the color of human rights. So, among other things, the Empire State Building in New York, the Beirut national Museum and the city hall office of the Grand Place in Brussels, should Shine in Blue.

“cradle of democracy”

in Frankfurt, the people have rights organisation, Human Rights Watch, the St. Paul’s Church and the action financially and organizationally supported. “For me, it was immediately clear that we are a part of it. The Paulskirche as the cradle of democracy is like no other place in Germany for humanity and human rights,“ said mayor Peter Feldmann (SPD). In the Paul’s Church in 1848 was held the first all-German national Assembly, with deputies from the then small States.