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This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Brugge. The architecture is lovely both inside and out. The history of the church goes back many centuries but the beauty is still everpresent. Highly recommended.
We attended the Midnight Christmas Eve Mass here. The church was packed and the Bishop was in attendance. It was difficult to see everything because there was so much going on, but it was a beautiful place to be on Christmas! The service was mostly...More
When you walk in, you are at a loss for words. Your soul is stunned by its beauty and sense of holiness to where your brain is incapable of forming any words to describe what you are experiencing. Only your soul is able to communicate...More
As with a lot of churches and buildings within Bruges another fantastic building. Due to lack of time we weren't able to go in which was disappointing as suggested by our hotel reception. But with so much to pack in a couple of days something...More
As I have come to expect from churches/cathedrals In Belgium it is in very good condition ( I was here approximately three years ears ago and it was being refurbished) parts date back to the 12 century. Look out for the old tombs and original...More
Dating back to the 12th Century, this is Bruges' oldest parish church. It has beautiful art work on display and, unlike other churches, access to the treasury is free. One can see many religious artifacts, including ornamental garments worn by the priests.
Bruges is without a doubt the 25 Euro Capital of Europe.....
Pizza Sir? That'll be 25 Euros......
House wine Sir? That'll be 25 Euros.....
Climb the Campanile Sir? That'll be 25 Euros, and the cashier will snarl at you after a long wait.......
We're not religious people but we were passing and though we'd pop in. The architecture and stained glass windows are wonderful but what impressed us most of all were the huge paintings in the church, they are wonderful pieces of art. Unfortunately they were closing...More