Luther Reformation Museum, Wittenberg, Germany

Luther Reformation Museum, Wittenberg, Germany

Luther Reformation Museum, Wittenberg, Germany.  Wittenberg is considered to be the cradle of the Reformation.   It is here that Luther nailed his 95 thesis on the castle church in 1517.

On the second weekend in June, the Luther Wedding festival takes place in the town center.  The festival celebrates the wedding vows of Martin Luther and Katharina von Bora.  Attracting more than 100,000 visitors, it is one of the most spectacular festivals in eastern Germany.

The Luther memorial sites in Wittenberg were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1996. Visitors can discover the Luther House, the world’s largest museum devoted to the Reformation. Another interesting site is the House of Cranach. It depicts the work and life of another important reformer Lucas Cranach, the Elder.

Wittenberg’s History Museum is a great place to explore the way life was in the days of the GDR. Discover life and culture of families in the German Democratic Republic in the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s in detailed reconstructions of everyday settings and environments. Exhibitions cover themes such as history, living and dwelling environments, youth culture, trade and logistics.

In conclusion, the Luther memorial sites in Wittenberg were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1996. Visitors can discover the Luther House, the world’s largest museum devoted to the Reformation. Another interesting site is the House of Cranach. House of Cranach depicts the work and life of another important reformer Lucas Cranach, the Elder.

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