The Frankfurt Messeturm Centre is on the 25th floor of the second tallest building not just in Germany but in the whole European Union. This 257m skyscraper has 63 floors and is named Messeturm, or 'fair tower', because it is situated in the Frankfurt trade fair grounds, the third largest exhibition site in the world. The three-tiered building, topped with a distinctive pyramid, was built in 1990 and is one of the few buildings in Germany to have its own postal code. It also has full banking services. The centre is close to the city's central business district and banking district, home to many international companies. Frankfurt's main train station, one of the biggest terminals in Europe is close by and there is ample car parking available nearby in a public parking garage.