LutherCountry: What would Martin Luther recognize today?
In St. Andrew's Church in Lutherstadt Eisleben , you can almost hear Martin Luther panting as he climbs up to give his last sermon. That was in 1546, but the pulpit is still used today. Few historical lives can be followed so closely as the Great Reformer’s. And, as Lutherans commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s history-changing protest, it is easy to follow in his footsteps in LutherCountry , the German federal states of Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.