The hiking tip: Two faces of a city

The territorial reform in the seventies united two places of very unequal development with Bad Soden and Salmünster. Although both belonged for centuries mainly

The hiking tip: Two faces of a city

The territorial reform in the seventies united two places of very unequal development with Bad Soden and Salmünster. Although both belonged for centuries mainly to the Fürstabtei Fulda, their development could hardly have been more different. While salt had been extracted in the Kinzigauen of Soden since ancient times and thus the later spa operation was predestined, Salmünster was considered the spiritual figurehead of Fulda to the west, after a monk named Salucho had founded a monastery cell in the 9th century.

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Updated Date: 01 July 2021, 00:01

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