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Erfurt is a beautifully preserved Medieval city with many incredibly historical and stunning sites, but the Augustinian Monastery was for me the reason to visit Erfurt and is arguably the most historical site of all. The seeds of the Reformation were sown here because it...More
It is very special to see not only the monastery but even the cells where Martin Luther lived, studied and translated old scrolls into German as a young monk. Old artifacts include a printing press. Very nice and peaceful cloister.
We stayed for two nights at the cloisters, nothing in English ( prior to holiday hadn't expected everything to be in English but got spoilt everywhere else ). We bought a very poor, out of date, only English guide booklet in reception, but not really...More
Our 500th Anniversary of the Reformation tour group visited this site due to its historic significance in the life of Martin Luther. It is located adjacent to the Augustiner Church, itself worthy of a visit to see its recently restored primary stained glass window. The...More
This is one of the most important landmarks for the celebration of 500 years of Reformation with Martin Luther. It was here that he took his vows as a monk living in the cloister from 1505 to 1511. They have a well-done Martin Luther Memorial...More