The Fulda Cathedral Sankt Salvator in Hesse, Germany.


Coat of Arms of Fulda

Fulda is a city in East Hesse and lies on the river of the same name. It was founded as a monastery in 744, in which Saint Boniface was buried in 754, and later became an imperial monastery in the Holy Roman Empire. Today the Sankt Salvator Cathedral and the baroque quarter are the cities main sights.