• Dresden, altar in the Church of Our Lady
    Dresden, altar in the Church of Our Lady ©DZT (Andreas Antoni)
  • Eisenach, Wartburg Castle
    Eisenach, Wartburg Castle ©Bildarchiv Monheim GmbH Monheim
  • Luther statue in the memorial church
    Luther statue in the memorial church ©Evang. Landeskirche /Stadt Speyer
  • Eisleben, house where Luther was born
    Eisleben, house where Luther was born ©Eisleben Fremdenverkehrsverein Lutherstadt
  • Erfurt, fish market, town hall (1870) and Roland statue
    Erfurt, fish market, town hall (1870) and Roland statue ©Stuhler, Werner
  • Mansfeld Castle
    Mansfeld Castle ©Stadt Mansfeld
  • Wittenberg, Luther memorial
    Wittenberg, Luther memorial ©Lutherstadt Wittenberg Marketing GmbH
  • Nuremberg, Kaiserburg Castle
    Nuremberg, Kaiserburg Castle ©Cowin, Andrew (Cowin, Andrew)
  • Giebichenstein Castle near Halle
    Giebichenstein Castle near Halle ©Sachsen-Anhalt Landesmarketing GmbH
  • Bretten, Memorial Hall in Melanchthon's House
    Bretten, Memorial Hall in Melanchthon's House ©KulturBüro M. Schödel
  • Augsburg skyline
    Augsburg skyline ©Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH
  • Oppenheim, St. Katharine's Church
    Oppenheim, St. Katharine's Church ©DZT (Jeiter, Michael)
  • Worms, Luther statue
    Worms, Luther statue ©Schwarz, Astrid (Schwarz, Astrid)

マルティン・ルター2017:宗教改革500周年。 足跡をさがして

半世紀のための10年:ルターの10年 2008-2017 では、「ヴィッテンベルクの論題」についての考察がなされ、ドイツ各地で展示会や祝典、コンサートが開催されます。

マルティン・ルターが、ヴィッテンベルクの城教会の扉に「95か条の論題」を提示して500年になります。 歴史的に証明されていないとはいえ、世界を変えた大事件であり、大々的な記念祭を開催するに十分な理由となります。2017年には、ヴィッテンベルクやアイスレーベンといった “ルターゆかりの都市” 以外でも、その業績にふさわしい規模で祝われます。 この10年間、修道士や教授、宗教改革者であったマルティン・ルターが中心に据えられ、ドイツはひとりの “偉大な息子” のために祝福の言葉を唱えるのです。

ドイツを横断するように、マルティン・ルターの足跡をたどってみてください。宗教改革という重要な時代、はるか昔の時代へ続く、刺激的な旅に出てください。

25/04/2015 - 30/04/2017 - Mühlberg/Elbe
The municipal museum of Mühlberg has been undergoing a conversion since 2012 to turn it into a Museum of Reformation History. At the beginning of 2015 it will be re-opening as the “Mühlberg 1547“ Museum.
30/04/2016 - 31/12/2018 - Rothenburg ob der Tauber
From May 2016 to the late 2018 the Medieval Crime Museum is mounting a major exhibition on the history of people's belief in and persecution of witches - from the early days to the end of the great witch hunts.
02/10/2016 - 30/09/2017 - Rothenburg ob der Tauber
The Ansbach chancellor Georg Vogler left the town of Rothenburg an extensive collection of pamphlets from the time of the Reformation when he died in 1550.
31/10/2016 - 20/05/2017
Between 1 November 2016 and 20 May 2017, the European Roadmap will give you the chance to explore approximately 60 locations with links to the Reformation. 
24/11/2016 - 28/05/2017 - Leipzig

en artists have been invited to design rooms for free, individual spirituality and meditation to mark the Reformation Jubilee. Their perspectives vary, from sensually touch-based and acoustic room concepts to philosophical examina ...

24/11/2016 - 01/01/2018 - Leipzig

The Reformation influenced nearly every area of life, not only in Germany but in other parts of Europe as well. It has also left lasting marks in art. On the occasion of the Reformation anniversary, the Grassi Museum of Applied Ar ...

08/12/2016 - 23/07/2017 - Leipzig

Without the medium of the leaflet, Martin Luther's reformatory ideas would never have achieved the resonance required to make him one of the most important protagonists of the modern era. In the 16th century the leaflet was a mass ...

01/01/2017 - 31/12/2017 - Leipzig

Exhibition in the Museum der bildenden Künste with works by Lucas Cranach the Elder and his son, Lucas Cranach the Younger, who are among the most important artists of the Reformation period and the German Renaissance.

Lucas Crana ...

01/01/2017 - 27/12/2017 - Dresden

What was only a ruin after World War II rose anew between 1993 and 2005 thanks to donations from all over the world. Today, as in old times, it represents the perfection of church construction according to Luther’s ideals. After i ...

06/01/2017 - 30/12/2017 - Leipzig

With its almost 800-year history, St Thomas Boys Choir is the oldest cultural institution in Leipzig. Famous choirmasters such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Hermann Schein, Johannes Kuhnau and Johann Adam Hiller helped to make ...

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