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Glaubet an das Evangelium———Believe in the gospelSt Mark 1:15————————————Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott———A mighty fortress is our God
When Martin Luther came to Wittenberg in 1508 he saw three mighty gates around the heavily fortified town. At this place in 1508 was the Elbe Gate. In front of this gate was the Elbe suburb.
In 1829 the Princess Auguste of Saxony-Weimar came th…
When Martin Luther came to Wittenberg in 1508 he saw three mighty gates around the heavily fortified town. At this place in 1508 was the Elster Gate. In front of this gate was the Elster suburb.
On February 22, 1546, the body of Martin Luther w…
During Luther's life time it was common to burn the clothes of those who had died because of epidemics near the Holy Cross Hospital which was in front of the Elster Gate. On December 10th, 1520 Dr. Martin Luther burned the papal excommunication wa…
Der Finnishe Reformaterstudierte von 1536-1539in Wittenberg
The Finnish reformerstudied from 1536-1539in Wittenberg
Hier lebte und wirkteDr. Martin Luthervon 1508 bis 1546.
Here lived and workedDr. Martin Lutherfrom 1508 to 1546.
The Luther House was originally a monastery built for Augustinian Hermits between 1504 and 1507. Martin Luther entered the monastery as a monk in 1508. The monastery was dispersed in 1522 during the course of the Reformation Movement.
Theologe, SchriftstellerGr?ndungsdirektor des Predigerseminars
Theologian, WriterFounding director of the Seminary
Theologe, AugustinerpriorGr?ndungsdekan der Theolog. Fakult?t
Theologian, Augustinian PriorFounding dean of the Theological Faculty
The Augusteum was built between 1564 and 1586 under the auspices of August I., Elector of Saxony. This building fulfilled various purposes for the Leucorea, Wittenberg's University. It was used as the medical faculty's institute for anatomy, as un…