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Franckesche Stiftungen zu Halle, Halle (Saale)

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  • We have the Franck ash foundations without leadership, that is, explore on your own. Already on the outside, the whole complex is very impressive: I've never seen such a high and large timber-frame houses. The video exhibition at the Francke House is great. Different personalities get a closer the work and the talents of Hermann August Francke. Personally was impressed very much and deep: over three hundred years ago, the man was a master builder, pharmacists, PR promoter, politician, media professional and teacher in one person. Most notable: the deeply devout Christian was not a sanctimonious Pope, but very pragmatically inclined - he is the inventor of the modern teaching of view of.
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  • This complex of buildings is a very important church-history-filled place - which comes a bit short if you take one of the tours. BUT - it's definitely a place you should see, especially since it is s...  more »
  • Of course the gigantic timber-frame houses are simply amazing and you should take the detour in stride. We are walking around outside slightly and looked at it - and were very impressed.
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  • Very interesting site of the reformatory education, which in many ways has left until today traces in Germany. Above all an impressive complex of buildings.
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  • A historically-significant place that is exciting not only from a tourist perspective, but offers modern and contemporary university teaching.
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  • Historically relevant place, starting point for global mission, today recommended theological faculty, impressive educational and diaconal institutions - a good place
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  • Modern teaching facility.
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