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The marriage between Albert and Victoria established the present British royal house, which renamed itself Windsor during World War I.
This marriage in turn led to a union with Germany's ruling dynasty, the Hohenzollerns, when the couple's eldest child, Victoria, married the future Kaiser Friedrich III.
In 1547, the princely residence was moved from the Veste to a former monastery, rebuilt as a Renaissance palace, the Ehrenburg.
In the early 19th century, the town's medieval fortifications were demolished and replaced by parks.
Luther was forbidden to attend by the Elector, who feared that he would be imprisoned and burned as a heretic.
While quartered at the castle Luther continued with his translation of the Bible into German.
In 1248, the castle came into possession of the House of Henneberg and in 1353 it passed to the House of Wettin with the marriage of Frederick III with Catherine of Henneberg and was initially regarded by them as a Saxon outpost within Franconia.
During the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 reformer Martin Luther spent six months at the castle (located at the southernmost point of the Saxon duchy) while his liege lord, John, Elector of Saxony, attended the Diet.