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Great Day Out from Berlin: Lutherstadt

Created by kjlouden on June 6, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Luther’s home (a former monastery), the “Mother Church of the Reformation” (where Protestantism was first preached) and Wittenberg Castle Church (where Luther is buried)--add plenty of commentary in English and more Lucas Cranach paintings than anywhere else, and the excitement of the Protestant Reformation comes to life.

Lutherstadt-Wittenberg-Launching of the Reformati

Created by unorthodox traveler on January 11, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

It was here that Martin Luther launched the Protestant Reformation in 1517...changing the world forever. With my Lutheran heritage, visiting this place was a spiritual pilgrimage.It was here that Luther did most of his work.

An authentic display of history

Created by marif on October 13, 2004

3 Reviews
2 Stories

When in Germany, there's no better place to feel the spirit of the 16th-century religious Reformation than in Lutherstadt-Wittenberg, a town whose small picturesque medieval centre is a history book with pages depicting with remarkable clarity the life and works of two great reformers, Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchton.

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