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Luther found a statue of his dearest friend, Lucas Cranach the Elder, who painted portraits of Luther and his wife. He was pleased to find that the Cranach Courtyards and Cranach House are now home to a great exhibition with many of Cranach’s paintings and authentic exhibits.

Luther found a statue of his dearest friend, Lucas Cranach the Elder, who painted portraits of Luther and his wife. He was pleased to find that the Cranach Courtyards and Cranach House are now home to a great exhibition with many of Cranach’s paintings and authentic exhibits.

Luther found a map of Lutherstadt Eisleben in the town center. Can you guess which location he’s searching for? What do you think he wants to see first?

Luther found a map of Lutherstadt Eisleben in the town center.

"Marien-Stadskerk"  Wittenberg. Driebeukige Hallenkerk ( 1412-1439)  Predikant: Dr. Johannes Bugenhage.

"Marien-Stadskerk" Wittenberg. Driebeukige Hallenkerk ( 1412-1439) Predikant: Dr. Johannes Bugenhage.

Luther has been up to his time-traveling tricks again this week! This time, he visited Lutherstadt Wittenberg, where he found the Church of St. Mary and was reminded of all the emotional moments he lived through inside its walls, like his marriage and the baptism of all his children. He was so happy to find the amazing altarpiece which was done by Lucas Cranach and his son. Have you ever visited this church?

Luther has been up to his time-traveling tricks again this week! This time, he visited Lutherstadt Wittenberg, where he found the Church of St. Mary and was reminded of all the emotional moments he lived through inside its walls, like his marriage and the baptism of all his children. He was so happy to find the amazing altarpiece which was done by Lucas Cranach and his son. Have you ever visited this church?

A bust of Martin Luther sits outside the house where he was born Eisleben Germany

A bust of Martin Luther sits outside the house where he was born Eisleben Germany

Luther smiled from ear to ear when he saw the statue of his beloved wife, Katie, in front of their former home in Lutherstadt Wittenberg. She looks as beautiful as he remembers her. Don’t you think so? #LutherCountry

Luther smiled from ear to ear when he saw the statue of his beloved wife, Katie, in front of their former home in Lutherstadt Wittenberg. She looks as beautiful as he remembers her.

we will send Luther on a journey through time, starting in his hometown Lutherstadt Eisleben.

we will send Luther on a journey through time, starting in his hometown Lutherstadt Eisleben.

Lecture room Luther House Wittenberg Today Wittenburg is know as LutherStadt and the entire city celebrates it’s role in the Reformation. As we approach the 500th anniversary of the nailing of the 95 Theses, the town is busy refurbishing the Castle Church and preparing for the influx of tourists coming for the anniversary. We enjoyed walking through the old town which holds four sites which are now UNESCO World Heritage sites because of their role in the Reformation.  www.germanyja.com

Lecture room Luther House Wittenberg Today Wittenburg is know as LutherStadt and the entire city celebrates it’s role in the Reformation. As we approach the 500th anniversary of the nailing of the 95 Theses, the town is busy refurbishing the Castle Church and preparing for the influx of tourists coming for the anniversary. We enjoyed walking through the old town which holds four sites which are now UNESCO World Heritage sites because of their role in the Reformation. www.germanyja.com

Luther’s last stop during his stay in Lutherstadt Eisleben was the house where he died, which is now a museum. Before he visited its exhibition "Luther's Last Path", Luther took a break on the steps outside and let the memories wash over him. Once inside, he discovered over 100 authentic exhibits, including his old furniture and documents, as well as the original cloth that covered his coffin. What about you – would you want to see your life preserved in a museum?

Luther’s last stop during his stay in Lutherstadt Eisleben was the house where he died, which is now a museum. Before he visited its exhibition "Luther's Last Path", Luther took a break on the steps outside and let the memories wash over him. Once inside, he discovered over 100 authentic exhibits, including his old furniture and documents, as well as the original cloth that covered his coffin. What about you – would you want to see your life preserved in a museum?

Luther’s first stop was his birthplace, where he was amazed to find a monument of himself in front of the Luther Birth House. He didn’t quite recognize the house at first, though, since it had to be rebuilt after a fire.

Besides Luther's Birthplace and Death House, guests can also visit the church where he was baptized and gave his last sermon.

He also found out that it is now home to the permanent exhibition "Where I come from – Martin Luther and Eisleben”, where he recognized many of the things he used in former times. Any idea what he will discover next?

He also found out that it is now home to the permanent exhibition "Where I come from – Martin Luther and Eisleben”, where he recognized many of the things he used in former times.

On this very day in 1522, Martin Luther returned to Lutherstadt Wittenberg with the intention of getting the Reformation back on track. He noticed that the extreme power of the movement had taken the upper hand…

On this very day in Martin Luther returned to Lutherstadt Wittenberg with the intention of getting the Reformation back on track. He noticed that the extreme power of the movement had taken the upper hand…

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