Martin Luther's House Museum is a former monastery where Martin Luther taught students and eventually where he came to live with his wife and family. The museum explains many of the events in Martin Luther's life and how he brought about the Reformation of the Catholic Church and the schism that brought the Lutheran Church into being.
The museum contains many pictures of Martin Luther, both good and bad. It explains the political and social atmosphere and the effect of creating a strong separation between church and state with the community collecting money to help the poor and to pay the ministers for their work in their community.
There's many books along the way, many examples of his writings, many pictures created by Cranach the Elder and the facility itself to see. This museum is very informative and many tour groups came to say prayers/mass also.
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