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Hof 1, 3811 CJ Amersfoort, The Netherlands
+31 33 461 6178
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Bell tower

St. Joris kerk (St Georges church) is the largest church in Amersfoort and sits in the main square... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2017
Dave B
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom
A Big Church on the City Square

It is a Big church on the town Square. The space is huge but it looks like empty in the church. The... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2017
Solodam J
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Hof 1, 3811 CJ Amersfoort, The Netherlands
+31 33 461 6178
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Reviewed September 20, 2017

St. Joris kerk (St Georges church) is the largest church in Amersfoort and sits in the main square (the Hof). Not too exciting on the inside but a few times a day about two minutes after the clock has struck the hour figures of St...More

Thank Dave B
Reviewed August 19, 2017

It is a Big church on the town Square. The space is huge but it looks like empty in the church. The organ is a beauty. It is not a "must" but just take a look when you're in the neighbourhood.

Thank Solodam J
Reviewed May 9, 2017

We visited the beautiful interior of Sint Joriskerk Amersfoort and admired the mediëval gothic architecture and interesting graves,.Entry fee only 1 euro.

Thank bas k
Reviewed April 29, 2017

Sint-Joriskerk is located at the heart of Amersfoort. It does not have a distinctive architecture however there is a market every Friday and Saturday with many stalls and the church creates a beautiful background to complete the lively atmosphere. I can even say the city...More

Thank Flyngdtchmn
Reviewed March 2, 2017

Not always open to the public, so if you do find the doors open, go in, you will not be disappointed. If you are lucky, the large organ will be playing, too!

Thank A B
Reviewed October 15, 2016

This church is not very decorative. It has market quarters built against it. The triple roof structure is kind of interesting though.

Thank WorldTravelOne
Reviewed September 9, 2016

The church itself is worth a short visit but it's mainly the square with the market and the cafes where you can hang out on a sunny afternoon drinking a beer or two.

Thank PetervanderLans
Reviewed August 19, 2016 via mobile

Not as grand as the cathedrals of the bigger towns in Holland, nonetheless, this church is well worth a visit (only€1 entry). The white-washed walls and mural fragments are lovely. Search for the gorgeous clock, and do make the effort to climb the circular stone...More

Thank NYandAussie
Reviewed July 9, 2016

As Amersfoort grew, this church grew with it. It started small, but with each addition they did crazy things to make it possible. It costs only 1 euro per person to get in, but you can spend a good half hour admiring the inside. For...More

Thank Andy P
Reviewed May 29, 2016

Ask one of the volunteers to guide you around. It's a very interesting church, because it's still in use as one and has been for several ages. The architect of the famous Palace on the Dam in Amsterdam is buried here and hes lived in...More

Thank Hendrik Emgert Z
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