Last, but not least - Martin Luther and the Wartburg. Martin Luther, who was excommunicated by the pope and outlawed by the emperor, sought refuge in the bailiff's lodge at the Wartburg. During that months he lived and worked in a sparsely furnished room, today known as the Luther Room. In only 10 weeks he translated the New Testament from the original Greek texts into German, a German who could understand by every people of the country in that time. Some myths exist around, like his shy with inkwell.