Fulda Cathedral St. Salvator

Fulda Cathedral St. Salvator


Hesse's most famous Barck church

St. Salvator’s Cathedral is one of the tourist magnets in Fulda and is considered the most important baroque church in Hesse. The city’s landmark has been a cathedral and thus an episcopal church since 1752. Since the cathedral previously also served as a monastery and collegiate church for the Fulda monastery founded by St. Boniface, his remains are buried in the west crypt of the monastery church. A visit to the tomb of St Boniface is therefore a must on a tour of the imposing cathedral. Inside, the baroque church is modelled on St. Peter’s and the Lateran Basilica in Rome and impresses with a magnificent pulpit, ornate side altars and the crossing dome.


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