Am Schwanenteich

Address: Topferstrasse 1, Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt, 06886, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Topferstrasse 1, Wittenberg.
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      Wittenberg to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by ontheroadwgps on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... just enough time to get some pictures and leave you wanting to come back in 2017 to celebrate.

      This afternoon we traveled to Berlin. The house of Dietrich Bonhoeffer was one of our stops. Bonhoeffer was a Lutheran pastor, theologian and martyr. He was a lecturer at the University of Berlin and ordained at St. ...

      Torgau and Wittenberg

      A travel blog entry by ontheroadwgps on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... see the tombs of Philipp Melanchthon and Martin Luther. The door where Luther posted his 95 Theses was also fenced off, but we were still able to get a group photo.


      This evening we were honored to have the Minister President of Saxony welcome Lutheran Hour Ministries at the hotel. Following the warm welcome, Dr. Martin Treu gave a lecture on Katharina Von Bora. In a male dominated culture she was the business person in ...

      Day 4 - Stopping by Martin Luther's house&auto

      A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 18, 2014

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      ... in. Most of his writing and sermons have been saved. Big house was given to him and his family. We also happen to find an English service going on in his small church chapel. We walked in and got to sing with others a hymn he wrote, "A Mighty Fortress is our God". Very cool experience (Video below). Unfortunately both the churches were under renovation and we could not go inside them. We then drove another 3-4 hours on the autobahn to Rothenberg ...

      To the beginnings of the Reformation

      A travel blog entry by allanandjulie on May 19, 2014

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      Dresden was an early participant in the segregation and destruction of the Jewish people under the Hitler regime. It also featured at the end of the war as Churchill had it seriously bombed - despite little military significance - with over 500,000 people dying and the city - with many old ...

      Very Welcome

      A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on May 13, 2014

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      Our next stop campingpark and wohnmobile hafen, just outside Bad Schmiedeberg, the owners, I think very impressed with our van made us feel very welcome, they were very helpful when we spoke about our trip and offered some recommendations for our onward journey.

      We ...