Hotel Gruene Tanne

Address: Am Teich 1, Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt, 06896, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Am Teich 1, Wittenberg.
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Travel Blogs from Wittenberg

Wittenburg - Martin Luther's Life

A travel blog entry by jwielenga on Jul 07, 2015

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On our way again, now to Wittenburg and Lutherstadt. It was about 25 minutes from Berlin to Potsdam and another 1 1/2 hours to Wittenburg. Wittenburg was where Martin Luther lived as a Professor of Theology at the University. He was a Catholic priest who saw philosophical differences between the Catholic Church of that day and what Jesus taught thru the Bible. These differences he posted as the 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg. We went in the City ...

Martin Luther's Wittenberg

A travel blog entry by benny52 on Jul 03, 2015

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... as opposed to the Danube or the Rhine. The river varies in depth from 1-5 metres and this ship has a displacement of only 90cms. Viking started with 3 ships in 1997 and now have 65. The Beyla is 110m long and 11-45m wide and can carry 98 passengers, 7 crew and 25 hotel crew. The wheelhouse can be lowered so it is flat with the top deck for low bridges and it also has control panels either side so the captain can manoeuvre the ship while docking. This ...

Meissen and Torgau

A travel blog entry by benny52 on Jul 02, 2015

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... you find the Albrechtsburg Castle, a 15th c. residential fortress different in style to earlier fortified castles. Next to this fortress is the Lutheran gothic Meissen Cathedral built in the 13th c. and is one of the smallest in Europe. Walking down steep steps you come to the old market square dominated by the Church of our Lady which has a spectacular 57m high tower with a set of playable porcelain bells. The ...

Frldheim

A travel blog entry by bphillips on Jun 30, 2015

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Visited Feldheim. Feldheim is a self sustaining village. They use wind power for electricity, and biogas to heat the homes of the village. They even make money off of the extra electricity they generate, about 100,000,000 megawatts. Visited a small village next to Feldheim. Went to a house that was built in the 1540. Went on a two hour walking midnight tour of ...

Torgau to Strehla (41km) - Day 17

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 31, 2015

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... sunflowers - we think, it is a bit early to tell for certain. Today we saw some emus (to go with the Alpaca we saw some days ago). Finally we have located some pigs (by noise and smell). They are kept indoors with some very large tanks near the large sheds which may be generating power from methane gas. We knew there had to be pigs in Germany as there are so many pig derived products for sale, but until today we had had no evidence of their ...