St Anna-Kirche

The Church of St-Anne was formerly part of a Carmelite convent where Martin Luther found sanctuary in 1518. The church became Protestant in 1525 and the rooms where Martin Luther stayed are today a museum. Note the Fugger Funeral Chapel which is considered to be the first example of the Italian Renaissance in Germany. In the chancel, are three works by Lucas Cranach the Elder.

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Address : 

Annastraße, 86150 Augsburg

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