Explore interesting sights in Fulda, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Fulda, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Fulda
1. Heilig Geist
Fulda's Baroque Church of the Holy Spirit, built between 1729 and 1733, is a hospital church, replacing its 13th-century Gothic predecessor. Built in the 4th century AD. The high altar is dedicated to the Holy Spirit, the altar on the right is dedicated to Margaret, patron saint of Pisidia, and the altar on the left is dedicated to St. Joseph. The church is thought to be a meeting place for 32 poor people living in affiliated hospitals. The hospital's first pastor was John Adam Henkel. In 1803, the magistrate of Fulda directed the Marian Sorority, which held its last general meeting at the university church on Good Friday in 1803. The spiritual church serves as a meeting place, hence the ancient name Sodalitätskirche. Michael Henkel was an organist at Sodalität until 1851. In 1835, the Sisters of Mercy of St. Franciscan Church. Vincent de Paul, Hospital and Sacrament Services. As of 1 January 1906, it became the Church of the Diocese of Heilig Geist Fulda, and in 2015 it became a branch of the Diocese of St. Simpicius, Faustinus and Beatrix.
The Hans Nüchter Observatory is a public and school observatory in Fulda in East Hesse, Germany. In accordance with its statutes, it fulfils scientific and, in particular, pedagogical tasks and is accessible to the general public within the framework of popular education. It is located on the roof of the Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gymnasium. The observatory is operated by the "Fördergemeinschaft Volks- und Schulsternwarte Fulda e. V." and is used for the most part by students from several schools in Fulda, which are organized in the astronomy working group. But adults – especially from the "Verein für Naturkunde in Osthessen e. V." – also carry out astronomical activities here.
3. Dom St. Salvator
Fulda Cathedral is the former abbey church of Fulda Abbey and the burial place of Saint Boniface. Since 1752 it has also been the cathedral of the Diocese of Fulda, of which the Prince-Abbots of Fulda were created bishops. The abbey was dissolved in 1802 but the diocese and its cathedral have continued. The dedication is to Christ the Saviour. The cathedral constitutes the high point of the Baroque district of Fulda, and is a symbol of the town.
4. Stadtpfarrkirche St. Blasius
The Catholic parish church of St. Blaise in Fulda was built between 1771 and 1785 in the Baroque style according to the plans of the Jesuit brother Johann Andreas Anderjoch. It is home to the inner-city parish of St. Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrix, founded in 2015.
5. Deutsches Feuerwehr-Museum
The German Fire Brigade Museum (DFM) in Fulda-Neuenberg shows the history of German firefighting on 1,600 m² of exhibition space. The sponsor is the German Fire Brigade Museum Fulda e. V. The museum is visited by an average of 25,000 people annually.
Floravase is a Baroque garden sculpture in the Castle Gardens of Fulda, located on the staircase leading to the Orange Garden. It was created by Bamberg sculptor Daniel Friedrich Hembach in 1728 based on the design of Friedrich Joachim Stengel.
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