Other Places


Important places in the lives of other people associated with the Lutheran Reformation

Aachen is the city in which Emperor Charles V was coronated in 1519 in the cathedral built by Charlemagne (Karl der Grosse) in the 9th century.
Nimbschen is the village with the Cistercian convent where Katherine von Bora lived (1505-1523); she and 8 other nuns, after being convinced of the truth of Reformation teaching, escaped by night and ended up in Wittenberg. Katherine married Martin Luther in 1525.
Tübingen is the city where Philip Melanchthon studied the classics and served as a teacher before coming to Wittenberg in 1518.