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This is one of those places that looks quite grey and unappealing but it full of beautiful items. The altar is stunning and the volunteers were very helpful and spoke very good English. They were keen for us to know how passionately they feel about...More
This church is beautiful; and has a significant history. Look at the tile work on the altar! It is special! And the two gisants are exceptional. But most of all, talk to the volunteers at the back of the church! They will go out of...More
In the center of Roermond this beautiful relatively small Church is a must see for visitors to this town. The lower part is Romanesque , upper layer and top was later added/ restored in Gothic style by the architect Cuypers ( old resident of Roermond)....More
This is such a lovely church, and it can be enjoyed by a visit in the afternoon, when your tour guide produces a key to enter from the back door. A guide will highlight the features worth of notice. Beautiful!
In this Minster is the tomb of the Count and Countess of Gelre. This church is partly rebuilt by Pierre Cuypers, a well known architect of Roermond. This man also built Rijksmuseum and Central station in Amsterdam.
On the edge of a very busy market square bordered by bustling cafes, you would expect this imposing church, like the cathedral, to be awash with tourists. Instead, it seems to be one of the least visited churches in the city. Featuring some truly impressive...More
In the middle of the city Roermond a beautiful 13th century church. Inside, see the photo, Graaf en gravin van Gelre. The towers are 60 m high. The Munsterplein , in front of the church, is one of the nicest square of Holland!!!