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Doppelkapelle und Felsenbad von Südost Landsberg
Double Chapel

The late Romanesque double chapel, with its upper and lower chapel, is a gem of sacral architecture. The sophisticated ornamentation of the capitals dovetails into the stunning spatial composition. "St. Crucis" is the la ... more

Altstadtkern Landsberg Westansicht Landsberg
Museum

The Bernhard Brühl Museum, located on a former windmill's hill, looks back upon nearly 100 years of history. The current museum was preceded by the local history museum of Gütz founded by Bernhard Brühl in 1916, and the ... more

Blick in den Stollen, 2012 Langenstein


In the March of 1944, under the codename "Malachit", the Reich Ministry for Armaments and War Production began the preparations for the underground relocation of armaments production to the Theken Mountains near Halberst ... more

Ulrichglocke Laucha
Museum of Bells Laucha

The museum is located in an originally preserved bell-foundry workshop from the year 1790. Over the period of 121 years more than 5000 bronze bells were castled here by the bell-founder family Ulrich. ... more

Schloss Leitzkau Leitzkau
Palace Leitzkau

Bishop Wigger of Brandenburg established a Premonstratensian chapter here during the first half of the 12th century. The construction of an imposing seminary complex was begun in the 1140s, the church of which was consec ... more

Jagdschloss Letzlingen Letzlingen
Museum hunting lodge Letzlingen

The picturesquely located Letzlinger Schloss ["Letzlingen Hunting Lodge"] was built between 1559 and 1562 by order of Prince-elector Johann Georg von Brandenburg. The stately hunting lodge owes its existence to his love ... more

Treppe zum Carl-Loewe-Haus und Stadtkirche Löbejün
Carl-Loewe-Museum Löbejün

Following extensive renovations conducted by the state, district, and town, the Carl Loewe House in the town of Wettin-Löbejün was handed over to the Carl Loewe Association in April, 2014, with the intention of opening a ... more

Goldschmuck aus dem Helmsdorfer Fürastengrab, Aunjetitzer Kultur (ca 2.300 - 1.600 v. Chr.) Lutherstadt Eisleben
Regional History Collection

The foundation of the collection was laid by Carl Friedrich Ludwig Plümicke (1791-1866), the director of the first German mountain school in Eisleben from 1817-1862.
In addition to archive materials, coins and sacr ... more

Außenansicht Geburtshaus Lutherstadt Eisleben
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Luthers's Place of Birth


Martin Luther was born as Martin Luder on 10 November 1483. The house of his birth is a typical middle-class residential structure of the 15th century. In 1689 it was almost completely destroyed by fire. The city of Eisl ... more

Außenansicht von Luthers Sterbehaus; Foto: von M GmbH Lutherstadt Eisleben
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Luther's Place of Death


Martin Luther's life came to full circle when he died in Eisleben, the city where he also was born, on 18th February 1546. Martin Luther was called to his Counts of Mansfeld to settle disputes. He obeyed the voice of hi ... more

Alltag in der DDR Lutherstadt Wittenberg
House of History

The exhibition "Daily life in the GDR" - Being a guest in GDR-rooms from the 1940s to the 1980s - shows private accommodation of the GDR in detail. Everyday necessities the visitor can find in a GDR-Konsum (a special sho ... more

Grapengefäß, 16. Jahrhundert Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Municipal collections Wittenberg

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Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Augusteum


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Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Luther House Wittenberg


For the first time in the museum’s history since 1883, the former "Black Cloister" has exclusevely been used for exhibitions. Thus the dream of the founders of the Luther Hall has been fulfilled. Some rooms on the groun ... more

Melanchthonhaus und Erweiterungsgebäude; Foto: Florian Trott Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Melanchthon House Wittenberg


Built in 1536 and almost preserved unchanged, the Melanchthon House is one of the most beautiful Renaissance houses of Germany. It served as a residence up until 1953 and was then used as local history museum until 1966. ... more

Gedenkstätte Lützen
Gustav-Adolf-Memorial

Up until the 19th century, the only local reference to the terrible event of the death of King Gustav Adolf at the Battle of Lützen (1632) was a stone marking where his body was found. Two hundred years after the battle, ... more

Tabakspfeife mit dem Bildnis J.G.Seumes Lützen
Museum Lützen

In the center of Lützen, in the middle of a small park, the 43-meter-high tower of Schloss Lützen juts high into the sky. The earliest found documents reveal that construction of the palace was begun by the bishops of Me ... more