Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia

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  • 1. Goethe Nationalmuseum

    Goethe spent 57 years in Weimar, 47 of them in a house two blocks south of Theaterplatz that has since become a shrine attracting millions...Read More

  • 2. Lutherhaus

    Within Lutherhhaus is the Augustinian monastery where Martin Luther lived both as a teacher-monk and later, after the monastery was dissolved, as a married man....Read More

  • 3. Bach-Museum im Bach-Archiv Leipzig

    The Bach family home, the old Bosehaus, stands opposite the Thomaskirche, and is now a museum devoted to the composer's life and work. The exhibition...Read More

  • 4. Bachhaus

    Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach in 1685. The Bachhaus has exhibits devoted to the entire lineage of the musical Bach family and includes...Read More

  • 5. Ersten Cranachhaus

    Lucas Cranach the Elder—court painter, printer, mayor, pharmacist, friend of Luther's, and probably the wealthiest man in Wittenberg—lived in two houses during his years in...Read More

  • 6. Goethes Gartenhaus

    Goethe's first house in Weimar, the beloved Gartenhaus, is a modest country cottage where he spent many happy hours, wrote much poetry, and began his...Read More

  • 7. Lutherhaus

    This downtown house has many fascinating exhibits illustrating the life of Martin Luther, who lived here as a student. The house hosts a variey of...Read More

  • 8. Melanchthonhaus

    In this elegantly gabled Renaissance home, the humanist teacher and scholar Philipp Melanchthon corrected Luther's translation of the New Testament from Greek into German. Luther...Read More

  • 9. Mendelssohn-Haus

    The only surviving residence of the composer Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy is now Germany's only museum dedicated to him. Mendelssohn's last residence and the place of his...Read More

  • 10. Narrowest House

    Built in 1890, this is said to be the narrowest house in eastern Germany. Its width is just over 6 feet, 8 inches; its height,...Read More

  • 11. Nietzsche Haus Museum

    The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's family lived in Naumburg from 1858 to 1897, in a small classical house in the Weingarten. The Nietzsche Haus Museum documents...Read More

  • 12. Schillerhaus

    This green-shuttered residence, part of the Goethe Nationalmuseum, is on a tree-shaded square not far from Goethe's house. Schiller and his family spent a happy,...Read More

  • 13. Zweiten Cranachhaus

    In the second Wittenberg home of Cranach the Elder, the Renaissance man not only lived and painted but also operated a print shop, which has...Read More

  • 14. Stadtschloss

    Around the corner from the Herderkirche, this 16th-century castle has a finely restored classical staircase, a festival hall, and a falcon gallery. The tower on...Read More

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