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The Luther Effect

Protestantism – 500 Years in the World

12 April to 5 November 2017

An exhibition of Deutsches Historisches Museum at Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin

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For the first time an exhibition will illustrate the global diversity and effective history of Protestantism, but also its potential for engendering conflict between different cultures.

What traces of Protestantism can be found in other denominations, religions and concepts of life? How did it change itself through these encounters – and not least of all, in what ways have people adopted and appropriated the Protestant doctrine, how have they shaped it and lived it? The exhibition "The Luther Effect" tells a global story of effect and counter-effect that begins around 1500 and continues on into the present. It is depicted using the examples of Germany and Europe 1450–1600, Sweden 1500–1750, North America 1600–1900, Korea 1850–2000 and present-day Tanzania.

The Deutsches Historisches Museum is presenting the exhibition in the Martin-Gropius-Bau on a area of some 3,000 m² and bringing together outstanding exponents from national and international lenders, many of which have never before been displayed in Germany. Supplementing the exhibition are numerous cultural and educational events and fringe programmes. A richly illustrated catalogue will also be published.

The Deutsches Historisches Museum’s presentation is one of the special national exhibitions commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in the year 2017. Besides Berlin, the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media is supporting the exhibitions in Torgau (2015), the Wartburg in Eisenach and the "Lutherstadt" Wittenberg. The exhibitions are under the patronage of Federal President.

The German Savings Bank Finance Group is the principal sponsor of the exhibition "The Luther Effect. Protestantism – 500 Years in the World". Institutions of the Savings Bank Finance Group in Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony support further projects within the framework of the Reformation decade.

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Flyer "The Luther Effect. Protestantism - 500 Years in the World"

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Flyer Luther 2017

Flyer: The Full Power of the Reformation: 3xHammer.de
Three National Special Exhibitions in Berlin, Eisenach and Lutherstadt Wittenberg

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Tourist packages: Special Exhibitions 2017

Booklet: The Full Power of the Reformation: 3xHammer.de
Tourist packages and deals for tour operators, groups and clubs visiting the three National Special Exhibitions

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Opening hours

Wednesday to Monday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays

Open on October 3 and 31, 2017
The ticket office closes at 6:30 p.m.

Admission

Free up to 16 years
€ 12, reduced € 8

Tour booking

Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
tel +49 30 20304 750
fax +49 30 20304 759
E-Mail berlin@3xhammer.de

Museum shop

Onlineshop

http://dhm-shop.de/

In Deutsches Historisches Museum

Cedon MuseumShop
Tel. +49 30 20304-621
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Accessibility

All entrances are wheelchair accessible

Public transport

S-BAHN      
lines S1, S2, S25 (stops: Potsdamer Platz or Anhalter Bahnhof)

U-BAHN  
line U2 (stop: Potsdamer Platz)

BUS  
M29 (stop: S Anhalter Bahnhof), M41 (stop: Abgeordnetenhaus)

Address

Martin-Gropius-Bau
Niederkirchnerstraße 7
10963 Berlin

tel +49 30 20304 750
fax +49 30 20304 759
E-Mail berlin@3xhammer.de