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The 'miniature Luther' by Playmobil 
The 'miniature Luther' by Playmobil

A visit to Worms without a suitable souvenir to take home? Inconceivable! Tourist Information Worms offers a selection of 'Luther' keepsakes.

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Fridge magnets and other curios

Can you take the Worms sights with you when you return home? It's perfectly simply with the magnets in 'Worms design'. In cheerful Luther look or as the more traditional Hagen Monument, these ambassadors of Worms feel perfectly at home on your fridge and indeed bring order to any magnet board.

Cathedral and Luther key rings

Marking the anniversary of the Reformation: the key ring with Martin Luther. Or why not carry your keys on a replica of the Cathedral? A handy feature of both pendants? Fashioned in high-quality cast metal, they have an integrated shopping cart chip.


The miniature 'Luther' by Playmobil

Already something of a 'collector's item', the 'miniature Luther' by Playmobil! The Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office joined with the German National Tourist Board and Playmobil to develop the 'miniature Martin Luther' to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017. Wearing a cloak and a cap, the figure carries a Bible and a quill. It comes with an enclosed leaflet: 'Luther 2017 - 500 Years of the Reformation'.


Luther's Travel Elixir

In remembrance of Martin Luther's journey from Wittenberg to Worms. Charles V summoned Martin Luther to the Diet of Worms of 1521 to recant his critical writings. But neither excommunication nor Imperial ban could stop the Reformation's triumphant spread. This spiced wine is seasoned with wild and organically farmed herbs and honey and is delicious either before or after meals.


Comic – 'Martin Luther – A Monk Changes the World'

What is so special about Martin Luther that he remains so firmly in our consciousness even 500 years later? The 28-page comic 'Martin Luther – A Monk Changes the World' explores this question, retracing Martin Luther's life in a context of his times.