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Am Schlossplatz D - 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
The castle church was burned down in 1760 and rebuilt in the Baroque style. It was on the original doors that Luther pinned up his famous 95 Articles in 1517. The new doors were cast in bronze in 1855 and reproduce the text. Luther's tomb is also in ..
Architecture, castles and historic districts
Markt D - 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
The market square is bordered by gabled houses and contains a statue of Luther and his disciple, Melanchthon. In the southwest stands the house that was home to Lucas Cranach the Elder from 1505 to 1547. He was also mayor the town.
Museums and art
Collegienstr. 54 D - 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
In the courtyard of the old university stands the house that was o Luther occupied from 1524 onward. The Reformation Museum, housed here since 1883, exhibits collections of antique Bibles, manuscripts and first editions of Luther's works. One departm..
Am Kirchplatz D - 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
This triple-aisle Gothic parish church was redecorated in neo-Gothic style in the 18C. The fact that Luther preached here is celebrated in the 1547 Reform altarpiece painted by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Museums and art
Collegienstr. 60 D - 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg
The house where Luther's disciple, Melanchthon, lived and died. A man of moderate temperament, more tolerant than Luther, the author of the Confession of Augsburg worked for most of his life to reconcile the different factions of the Reformation. His..