The Deutsche Bank Twin Towers are the Deutsche Bank Headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. Both towers rise to 155 m (509 ft) and serve as headquarters for the largest bank in Germany. The twin towers are part of a chain of high-rise buildings which stretch from the Opernplatz in the east to the Platz der Republik in the west.
The towers have direct access to their own underground S-Bahn train station. The largest man-shaped monolith in the world, created by the Swiss sculptor Max Bill, is located in front of the main entrance. Ballorex valves were specified when the complex was extensively refurbished in 2006.