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Barockviertel - Tourismus Fulda

Wonderfully impressive Baroque quarter

Get ready for A special journey through time

Dom - Tourismus Fulda

Fulda Cathedral

It is not just the city's most famous landmark – Fulda Cathedral is also the most important baroque church in Hesse. A truly magnificent building by Johann Dientzenhofer, who also had a hand in other notable buildings in the city.

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Stadtschloss - Tourismus Fulda

The Residence

A magnificent residence for the prince-abbots and prince-bishops of Fulda. The Residence was extended in the 18th century in line with plans drawn up by architect Johann Dientzenhofer. The historical rooms are especially worth seeing.

Immerse yourself in times of splendour

Orangerie - Tourismus Fulda

Orangerie

Where baroque beauty meets the exotic: the Orangerie served as a venue for the prince-abbots’ summer festivities. Can you spot the exotic detailing on the ceiling? Wondering about its significance?

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Paulustor - Tourismus Fulda

Paulustor gate

The Paulustor gate once separated the city and collegiate districts. It was not until 1771 that it was moved to where it can be seen today. Before that, it stood between the Residence and the former guard station, now Fulda’s main guard station.

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Flora statue

Another popular city landmark can be found on the grand staircase in front of the Orangerie. Flora, the goddess of horticulture, holds a lily in her hand in memory of her patron, Prince-Abbot Adolph von Dalberg.

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Boniface memorial

A four-metre-tall bronze sculpture stands tall near the Tourist Information Office. The statue commemorates someone who was extremely important to Fulda: Boniface. He was responsible for founding Fulda back in 744.

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