Baroque Noble Palace in Fulda
Looking out from the St. Boniface Plaza, directly over to the City Castle, you can get a great view of the Baroque Noble Palace, which the castle is grouped around. There is a whole group of little palaces, such as the Buttlar Palace, the Buseck Palace, the Altenstein Palace, the von der Tann Palace and the royal guard station. These royal buildings were housing for the royal administrators and were are designed by the same master builder, Andreas Gallasini. He designed this Baroque building group, which is very ornate.
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The Old Part of Town
The old part of town is near the so-called "Baroque Quarter", with it's medieval half-timbered houses, remnants of it's walls and towers, which are still in use today, even if their are no longer guards and gatekeepers living in them.
You can see the Witch's Tower in the Kanalstraße, which is still the best kept-up tower remaining from the old walls. Directly next to it is the birth house of Ferdinand Braun, who invented Braun Tubes, the forerunner for the television tube. The Severi Church (Severi Hill) is the only remaining Gothic Church in Fulda. Well-kept half-timbered houses that can still be seen in the Pfandhausstraße and on the "Unterm Heilig Kreuz" Square. This is where the old Rathaus is located, which was built before the 16th century, and added on to in 1531. These are just some of the more interesting buildings in the older part of town, which have lots of little shops and pubs.
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Old City Hall
Built in 1531 and a very very beautiful building. You can't visit however, but you can buy clothes inside today.
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