Germany/Poland ’23, Day 4

Wittenberg, the Reformation, and a bit of Rail Confusion

Day 4 was a break from the Holocaust and National Socialism, although there were contextual connections that were made – namely, a brief look at a pre-enlightenment, pre-biological expression of antisemitism. Challenges on the rails on the way home did not damper what was a wonderful day spent in the city of reformation. The Asisi Panorama, City Church, and Castle Church were the most significant locations visited. Below are a few pics.

Tomorrow we venture just north of the city to the concentration camp most proximal to Berlin – Sachsenhausen.