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Very good and interesting place for learning about Melanchton and the reformation as a whole. Just one downside, everything is in german but really interesting to look at and the building itself isninteresting
Because my wife's (German) cousin is friends with one of the museum's curators (and I am a theologian by 'trade') we were able to have a personal tour of this remarkable gem. For bibliophiles, there are numerous ancient, even first-edition works. It would be difficult...More