Z) After secretly visiting Wittenberg in early December 1521, Luther wrote A Sincere Admonition by Martin Luther to All Christians to Guard Against Insurrection and Rebellion. Wittenberg became even more volatile after Christmas when a band of visionary zealots, the so-called Zwickau prophets, arrived, preaching revolutionary doctrines such as the equality of man, adult baptism, and Christ's imminent return. When the town council asked Luther to return, he decided it was his duty to act.
Martin Luther’s Birthplace was already opened as a museum in the early 17th century. This building won 5 architecture prizes and can be still entered today. Here you can see how Martin Luther’s family lived and how their furniture looked like in the actual exhibition called ‘That’s where I’m from – Martin Luther and Eisleben’.