Fulda (district)

district in Hesse, Germany

Fulda (IPA: [ˈfʊlda]) is a Kreis (district) in the north-east of Hesse, Germany.

Flag of Fulda
Coat of arms of Fulda
Coordinates: 50°30′N 9°40′E / 50.5°N 9.67°E / 50.5; 9.67
 • Total1,380.39 km2 (532.97 sq mi)
 (31 December 2022)[1]
 • Total227,456
 • Density160/km2 (430/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Vehicle registrationFD

History change

The district was created in 1821, when the duchy of Stift Fulda became a province of Hesse, and was split into four districts. The last change to the district was in 1975, when the Hünfeld district was added to the district.

Stiffoller change

Arround 1717-1804, People from Stift Fulda went to Hungary, and settled especially in the Komitat Baranya. This subgroup of the Danube Swabians are called Stiffoller,[2] There is also a street named the Stiffollerweg in Petersberg near Fulda[3]

Coat of arms change

  The left side of the coat of arms shows a black cross, the sign of the monastery of Fulda. The lion on the right side is taken from the Hesse coat of arms, symbolizing that the district was part of Hesse 18211866, and again after 1945. The coat of arms was granted in 1936.

Towns and municipalities change

Towns Municipalities
  1. Fulda
  2. Gersfeld
  3. Hünfeld
  4. Tann (Rhön)
  1. Bad Salzschlirf
  2. Burghaun
  3. Dipperz
  4. Ebersburg
  5. Ehrenberg
  6. Eichenzell
  7. Eiterfeld
  8. Flieden
  9. Großenlüder
  10. Hilders
  1. Hofbieber
  2. Hosenfeld
  3. Kalbach
  4. Künzell
  5. Neuhof
  6. Nüsttal
  7. Petersberg
  8. Poppenhausen
  9. Rasdorf

References change

  1. "Bevölkerung in Hessen am 31.12.2022 nach Gemeinden" (XLS) (in German). Hessisches Statistisches Landesamt. June 2023.
  2. https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/311888384
  3. https://www.meinestadt.de/petersberg-fulda/stadtplan/strasse/stiffollerweg

Other websites change