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Special Event Station DARC OV-Wittenberg W29

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- DR1517LU - SDOK: 500RLW -

With this activity we commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant reformation. We use this callsign throughout the year 2017. The main activity will be in October, when the Day of Reformation is solemnly celebrated by thousands and thousands of visitors.

Legend has it that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the All Saints' Church here in Wittenberg. He wanted to abolish the indulgence system and strove to return to the roots of Christianity. The date 31. October 1517 marks the beginning of the reformation process. There are many other places where he left his traces such as Eisenach, Eisleben, Worms.

Our QSL shows the altar cloth created and embroidered by Her Majesty Margrethe II, The Queen of Denmark. She brought it as a gift to Wittenberg in 2016. The flower in the midst is called "Luther's Rose". Martin Luther used it as correspondence seal since 1530.

(The photo of the cloth was taken by Achim Bunz.)

- DR1517LU - SDOK: 500RLW -

Mit dieser Aktivitt machenwir aufden500.Jahrestag der protestantischen Reformation aufmerksam. Dieses Rufzeichen nutzen wir im gesamten Jahr 2017. Die Hauptaktivitt ist im Oktober, wenn Tausende Besucher den Reformationstag feierlich begehen.

Der Legende nach hat der Reformator Martin Luther seine 95 Thesen an die Tr der Schlokirche zu Wittenberg genagelt. Er war bestrebt den Ablahandel abzuschaffen und zu den Wurzeln der Christenheit zurckzukehren. Der 31.Okt 1517 markiert den Beginn des Reformationsprozesses. In vielen anderen Stdten wie z.B. Eisenach, Eisleben und Worms hat er seine Spuren hinterlassen.

Unsere QSL zeigt das Altartuch, dasvon Ihrer Majestt Margrethe II Knigin von Dnemark kreiert und bestickt wurde. Sie brachte es 2016 als Geschenk nach Wittenberg. Die Blte in der Mitte ist die Lutherrose. Martin Luther verwendete sie seit 1530 fr seine Korrespondenz als Siegel.

(Foto: Achim Bunz)

The door shows the 95 theses; the picture left the Reformator. His monument standing on the historical market place of Wittenberg (both photos taken by dl3hxx)

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Any bureau qsl's will be answered. If you want to have one you will get one.

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