Fulda (river)

River of Hesse and Lower Saxony, Germany.

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The "Ehrenhalle" in the Lilienthal Haus on the Wasserkuppe.

Wasserkuppe

Mountain within the German state of Hesse.

Mountain within the German state of Hesse.

The "Ehrenhalle" in the Lilienthal Haus on the Wasserkuppe.
The new exhibit hall in the Deutsches Segelflugmuseum (German Sailplane Museum).
Commemorative Stamp

The Wasserkuppe sources the spring of the river Fulda (the western source of the Weser) and the river Lütter which joins the Fulda after 50 km.

Wall Tower Fährenpfortenturm.

Hann. Münden

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Wall Tower Fährenpfortenturm.
Hann. Münden in the 16th century
Gustav Eberlein in 1903

Münden lies in the district of Göttingen at the confluence of the Fulda and Werra rivers, which join to form the Weser.

Copperplate engraving of Hersfeld in 1655 (Matthäus Merian the Younger)

Bad Hersfeld

District seat of the Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany, roughly 50 km southeast of Kassel.

District seat of the Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany, roughly 50 km southeast of Kassel.

Copperplate engraving of Hersfeld in 1655 (Matthäus Merian the Younger)
The town's landmark, the tower of the Hersfelder Stadtkirche (Town church)
Main building of the former barracks in Bad Hersfeld (Hohe Luft). Between 1948 and 1993 it was the McPheeters Barracks of the United States Army.
Memorial stone in the former McPheeters Barracks. It was erected in honor of the soldiers who did their military service in Bad Hersfeld.
Bad Hersfeld's Town Hall
"Double cross", at the entrance within the town to the monastery zone
Monastery ruins in Bad Hersfeld
Oldest timber-frame house in Bad Hersfeld from 1452
Opening of the Bad Hersfelder Festspiele
Lullusfest
A railway crossing at the Kurpark on the Knüllwaldbahn, nowadays only used for goods services
Bad Hersfeld's Kurpark ("spa park")
Statue of Konrad Duden and Konrad Zuse in the monastery zone
Number of free householders in Bad Hersfeld in the Middle Ages
Population development since the Thirty Years' War
Population development over the last hundred years

The town lies in the Hersfeld Basin formed here by the forks of the Fulda and the Haune.

Eder (Fulda)

Course of the River Eder
River profile of the Eder
Edersee Dam near Waldeck
Animation of the principle of the bouncing bomb. The bomb is dropped close to the surface of the lake. Because it is moving almost horizontally, at high velocity and with backspin, it bounces several times instead of sinking. Each bounce is smaller than the previous one. The "bomb run" is calculated so that at its final bounce, the bomb will reach close to the target, where it sinks. A depth charge causes it to explode at the right depth, creating destructive shockwaves.
The Eder at Goddelsbach (Erndtebrück)
The Eder near to Frankenberg
The Eder in the Edersee at low water near Asel
The sandstone bridge over the Eder between Altenbrunslar und Neuenbrunslar
The Eder (right) confluences near Grifte in to the Fulda (from back right to left)

The Eder is a 177 km-long major river in Germany that begins in eastern North Rhine-Westphalia and passes in to Hesse, where it empties into the River Fulda.

Chapel near Blankenheim

Bebra

Small town in Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany.

Small town in Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany.

Chapel near Blankenheim
Evangelical church
Bebra's New Town Hall
Watertower
Sundials
Reciprocating waterpump
watertap

Bebra lies some 45 km south of Kassel on the Fulda.

Historic row of houses in Rotenburg (an der Fulda)

Rotenburg an der Fulda

Historic row of houses in Rotenburg (an der Fulda)
Landgrave's palace in Rotenburg, front view of main building
Rotenburg in an engraving by Matthäus Merian from 1655
Rotenburg's Town Hall (built between 1597 and 1598)
Town's coat of arms on the Town Hall steps in Rotenburg
New Town with Fulda weir at high water
Rotenburg Cardiovascular Centre
Jakob-Grimm-Schule in Rotenburg
Historic row of houses in Rotenburg an der Fulda
St. Elisabeth und Marien Monastery Church
Jakobikirche (St. James's)
Stable
Lock from the 17th century
Memorial stone to the community of Breitingen

Rotenburg an der Fulda (officially Rotenburg a.d. Fulda) is a town in Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany lying, as the name says, on the river Fulda.

Weser

River of Lower Saxony in north-west Germany.

River of Lower Saxony in north-west Germany.

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Alte Weser Lighthouse
Weser and its tributaries in blue, other rivers in grey
"Upper" Weser, in reality the central section between the upper courses Werra and Fulda, and the lowland section
Mittelland Canal/ River Weser Lock in Minden taken in 1977
View north of the River Weser and the road bridge at Minden
Southern view of the River Weser from the road bridge at Minden in 1977

It begins at Hannoversch Münden through the confluence of the Werra and Fulda.

Kassel

Kassel, 16th century
A map of Kassel in 1648.
Königsstrasse, the main shopping street
Installation by Thomas Schütte during Documenta IX, 1992
Herkules Monument and water running down the cascades during the water features in the Bergpark of the Wilhelmshöhe Palace
The Orangerie in the Karlsaue park
Trams in Kassel
University of Kassel
The Brothers Grimm and historic buildings of Kassel on the last 1000 DM banknote
The city hall

Kassel (in Germany, spelled Cassel until 1926 ) is a city on the Fulda River in northern Hesse, Germany.

Rhön Mountains

The Rhön Mountains are a group of low mountains (or Mittelgebirge) in central Germany, located around the border area where the states of Hesse, Bavaria and Thuringia come together.

The Rhön Mountains are a group of low mountains (or Mittelgebirge) in central Germany, located around the border area where the states of Hesse, Bavaria and Thuringia come together.

The Wasserkuppe, at 950.0 m the highest mountain in the Rhön and in Hesse
View of the Dammersfeldkuppe (927.9 m) from the Eube
The Kreuzberg (927.8 m)
The Baier (713.9 m) in the northeast of the Auersberg Kuppenrhön
The Hessian Skittles (up to 552.9 m) in the Soisberg Kuppenrhön
The Milseburg (835.2 m)
The southern mountains of the Brückenau Kuppenrhön: the Dreistelzberg (left) and Mettermich (right)
Wasserkuppe, highest point of Rhön and Hesse
Rhön sheep
Meadows with masses of pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris)
Lady's slipper orchids (Cypripedium calceolus) in a pine forest
Black stork
View of Gersfeld from the Rhön
Frozen waterfall

They are separated from the Vogelsberg Mountains by the river Fulda and its valley.

The Werra near Treffurt

Werra

Right-bank headwater of the Weser.

Right-bank headwater of the Weser.

The Werra near Treffurt
The Werra near Creuzburg
The Werra in Eschwege

After 293 km the Werra joins the river Fulda in the town of Hann. Münden, forming the Weser.