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This morning we visited Castle Church, and even though it is under construction for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation we were able to go inside! Seeing all the scaffolding covering the beautiful interior makes it hard for those who have not seen it before to understand the majesty in this place. Only a quick 15 minutes ...
... 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 ...
... hotel. No speed limit, no police, 3 lanes all the time. All that adds up to really fast driving. I was going 135k per hour which is maybe 80? Cars were shooting past me like I wasn't moving. They were shot out of a cannon. All the places to eat on the highway were McDonalds and Burger King! Why don't they have their own??? We made it to our destination and Sandy has a good story about the road signs we saw. Sandy's view - For those of you ...
... in a huge fireball. Such is man's pride, they are spending millions to rebuild the place to it's former 'glory'.
We spent the evening at Wittenberg - the home of Martin Luther. As it didn't get dark till late we were able to walk around the town and observe the interesting history of the place.
... to stay one night but extended it to 2, and headed into the local town(s) for a look around, not alot more to say about this...
They did take some pictures for their website / facebook page here;