The southern bank of the Main boasts one of Germany's best cultural treasures. The Museumsufer (museum embankment) stretches between the Friedensbrücke bridge in the west all the way to Dreikönigskirche church in the east. The strip holds thirteen of the city's museums, all located in wonderfully restored villas from the 1900s set between structures dating back to the 1800s. Internationally acclaimed architects such as Richard Meier and Oswald Mathias Ungers have extended the existing buildings with modern additions. Museums found here include the Film Museum, the Museum of Applied Art, the Jewish Museum and the Architecture Museum.