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Sint Laurenskerk

Grotekerkplein 101, 3011 GC Rotterdam, The Netherlands
+31 10 411 6494
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Grotekerkplein 101, 3011 GC Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We passed this old church as we were walking from the market hall along the pedestrianised shopping streets towards the civic centre. The colourful crest above the clock on the tower caught my eye. We only viewed from outside but the surrounding area was very...More

Thank Linda A
Reviewed 1 week ago

This gothic style church is the only middle age monument that survived from the war. Nowadays it becomes a multifunctional place. Not only for services but also for concerts, symposium, workshop, party, exposition and other events, too. We couldn't get around inside the church as...More

Thank Solodam J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This old church survived the world war. It's surrounded with new, modern buildings. I saw the building only from the outside. In front of the church there was a small exhibition with some photographs who tells you the story of some albino kids in Africa....More

Thank NoeB1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Laurenskerk is one of the few remaining old gothic buildings in Rotterdam. Impressive exterior. Hard to miss as most of the surrounding buildings are relatively new.

Thank patraveller2007
Reviewed 20 April 2017

Although Rotterdam is a very modern city for quite a long time already, still it is possible to find some vestiges of its medieval past. As a matter of fact, as they said, there is only one significant building remained from this long time passed...More

Thank Oleg Y
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Having visited a number of cathedrals in Europe, we didn't find this too exciting. It looked fantastic from the outside but didn't have much to see when we walked in... If you do have time to spare, then worth a visit but otherwise.

1  Thank Menekag
Reviewed 18 October 2016

When we visited this church they were renovating it, so I cannot say much about the building or the inside. The facade at the front beside the statue of Erasmus was free and looked impressive when lit up at night.

1  Thank JSP92
Reviewed 3 October 2016

A landmark in Rotterdam, this is the only medieval building left in Rotterdam. Take a look inside, the church organ is magnificent, the statues and drawings are well worth a look.

1  Thank PatOcarson
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Cathedral looks imposing form outside but very unusual inside - boasting a cafe and even a pieces of different worlds religions, even far from Christianity. It is even used as a club by students

1  Thank AndersUA
Reviewed 10 August 2016

It is all that is left of the city’s medieval buildings. It dates back to the 15th century. The bronze doors are based on the theme of War and Peace. I wasn't able to go inside as there was a concert going on but if...More

Thank Linda B
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