Strong Women of the Reformation

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‘A Story of STRONG WOMEN – 500 years of the Reformation,’ runs from May 1 to October 31, 2014 at Rochlitz Castle (Saxony). During the movement, Duchess Elisabeth of Rochlitz dealt with influential Protestant imperial princes, against strong opposition, to further the cause of the Reformation. Besides Luther’s wife Katharina von Bora, the exhibition explores the lives of other female campaigners from the 16th century and displays around 300 pieces – incl. works by Dürer and Cranach the Elder. Rochlitz Castle was reopened in 2013 following a 20-year restoration project.
Link: http://www.schloss-rochlitz.de/

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