Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Central Germany, pop: 687,775 within city limits, 2.5 million in the region. Frankfurt is the 5th-largest city in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, and Cologne. It’s considered a multicultural city as it is home to people of 180 nationalities. In addition to the German majority, it has sizable immigrant populations from Turkey, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Poland, Greece, Macedonia, Russia, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Bosnia-Herzegovina, France, the Netherlands, Japan, China, the United States, Austria, the United Kingdom, Colombia, Mexico, Pakistan, Morocco, India, Afghanistan, and other countries. The area is home to the 2nd-largest Korean community in Europe, and to Germany’s largest Sri Lankan/Tamil community. Nearly 25% of Frankfurt’s residents are foreign nationals. In addition, 40% of Frankfurt’s residents, and 65% of children under the age of 5 come from an immigrant background. All in all, Frankfurt’s residents are 58% German, 23% Other European, 9% Turkish, 5% Asian, 3% African, and 2% Other/More than 1 nationality.