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On our way from Berlin to Munich we detoured to Wittenberg to see the Schlosskirche (Castle Church) where Martin Luther reputedly nailed the 95 theses to the Church door and thereby started the reformation. Very pretty town but I'm guessing I'm going to say that more often as we move south. We did try to find the ...
... church where he preached and had lunch at a little restaurant near the towns main square. At the end of our walk was the Catholic Church where he nailed the theses to the door. Unfortunately, the church is undergoing extensive renovation and is currently closed in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the 95 theses next year. You may have noticed I said earlier ...
... did have the door area where he nailed the 95 Thesis to. Took our picture in front of the doors. We were unable to see inside the Church or see his tomb. By this time we were ready for lunch, we found an Italian restaurant that looked good. John and I split a really good pizza and Brian had spaghetti bolognese. The last stop in Wittenberg was to see Luther Haus. It had been the monastery before the priests left and married. Luther lived there with his wife, Katharina ...
Sat. July 4. Day 30 Hot 37C After breakfast we drove to the parks and gardens of Worlitz near the village of Berlitz. It is officially called the Garden Kingdom of Worlitz and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was created by Duke Leopold III in the late 18th century after he had returned from a Grand Tour to Italy, the Netherlands, England, France and Switzerland. He was ...
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. ...