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... translations. The 26 written lines are from the Book of Kings in the Old Testament.
Another amazing treasure- an ivory ceremonial comb from King Henry I...and the Jug of Kana. According to local tradition, this is one of the alabaster jugs in which Jesus Christ is said to have turned water into wine at the wedding of Kana. Had to believe these rare and precious items still exists today.
... you on the steep inclines. The views alone were worth the hike. You could see the entire valley from the castle courtyard.
After touring the castle, we spent the afternoon roaming the beautiful streets and shops. We even came across the smallest house in Wer*****ode. It was built In the 18th century and the door measures only 5'5" tall. The only room in the house had a total living area of 107 square feet! Not big enough for ...
It’s now a museum filled with art and manuscripts, including original copies of the Bibles he translated.
Even his pulpit from the church where he preached is on display.
From the Lutherhaus we walked past the town square and old 16th century buildings where other famous Reformation men once lived.
We also passed the Stadtkirche, (City Church), where Luther preached. ...
... have 3 or 4 rubbish maps and are therefore at the mercy of the satnav. When we got close to CZ, we started climbing up through the Harz Mountains. It was absolutely beautiful. We just kept climbing and climbing the winding road. When we got to a sign, we pulled over for a quick pic to prove we went! We couldn't get into the town as there was some kind of fete / market thing and all the emergency services had vehicles doing some kind ...
We went through Bad Lauterberg and Braunlage and although the scenery was 'nice' and it was good that most of the trees were deciduous and in lovely spring colours. instead of dark, depressing pines, we were not that impressed. We have heard the Hartz described as a mini ...