Here are the church where Luther is buried and where he posted his 95 Theses (Schlosskirche, or "castle church"). The doors are reconstructions..
Here also is Luther's stove, prominently and theologically located in the home that he shared with his wife.
See Martin Luther's Stove for what began as a light-brained review of the uses of the stove in great thinking; now delving into serious matters of what original texts really say - transliterations, word for word, rather than someone's interpretive translation.
Martin Luther's Stove, in his house, Wittenburg, Germany
Theology blooms around the heater.
Luther's home dates from the 16th century (probably before, since he lived there in the 16th century), on monastery grounds in Wittenburg.
See a photo gallery about Martin Luther's Wittenburg, and the interiors of some of the buildings he knew well, at ://www.pbase.com/arodri3/germany. There is also a picture of the stove there. Armando Rodriguez - fine job there.