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St. Anne's Church, Augsburg

St. Anne's Church, Augsburg
St. Anne's Church, Augsburg

St. Ann's Church in Augsburg, Germany, is a medieval church building that was originally part of a monastery built in 1321. It is notable for its elaborate interior decoration.

History

St. Anne's was built in 1321 by Carmelite monks. In 1518 Martin Luther stayed there with the Carmelite friars when he was staying in Augsburg to meet the papal legate, Cardinal Cajetan, who wanted Luther to submit to the pope. The church converted to Lutheranism in 1545.

[ Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Anne%27s_Church,_Augsburg ]

Address: Augsburg
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