Travel Radio International radio-journalist Patricia Lawrence takes listeners along on her walking tour of 1,200 year old Erfurt, Germany. The home of the monk Martin Luther, founder of Lutheranism, has a rich history and incredible and varied architecture, much dating from medieval times. Tour highlights include a visit to Fishmarket Square, the monastery where Luther lived and prayed, the university where he studied, and an engaging discussion of his life in the charming, welcoming city that is also known as the seat of the Reformation and home to the start of the Protestant Church.
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