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Michaelskirche, Fulda

Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • What was most interesting about this church was that there was an entrance door and a small sign. Not much else to allow you to see it or find it. Once inside it is worth a visit. The old church...  more »
  • Unspoiled pre-Romanesque church is to be savored for having been preserved without any “improvements”. Light and peaceful, well preserved.  more »
  • Good to combine with visit to the cathedral. Especially during evening with the lights a great view to watch  more »
  • Very interesting church from the 800’s Carolingian style architecture. Mass Sundays at 7 o’clock
  • Romantic.
  • As one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Germany, the Church of St. Michael is a beautiful example of 11th century architecture. The church rotunda is already fairly unique, based one the holy sepulcher in Jerusalem, as is the cathedral in Aachen. The capitals and frescos point to its medieval past. Make sure to visit the crypt which dates to 820, one of the oldest pieces of architecture in Germany.
  • Holy
  • Great place

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