Not your average Church but much more than that. The historical importance it holds is much significant.
About Jerusalem Chapel & Adornes Domain
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Try and find this place out, it's in a lovely part of the town and you will learn so much from this place and the family that it belongs to! Like all of the building in Bruges, this is magnificent!
The Jerusalem church is quite an exceptional place. It's small but oozes atmosphere and character. Let the stillness take over, burn a candle and take it all in. There's also an interesting museum attached and a very peaceful garden. After your visit you can relax...More
This church is quite different from others. There is an altar with stone skulls. If we walk down, we see someone buried. In front of the main altar two nobles are buried in a beautiful sarcophage, showing what these two nobles looked like. There is...More
This place is a must. Loads of fascinating history. Wonderful chapel. The little houses were knocked into one and inside were historical documents and an informative video. Well worth seeking this one out!
Actually the Jerusalem church and the Adorno domain are one wonderful piece and prove of medieval faith, courage, adoration, politics, arts, devotion and enterprise. First visit the movie, which gives you an entertaining introduction into the history of the place and its owners - the...More
This is a small museum and chapel but no less interesting for that. Well worth an hour of your time in Bruges. There's also a comfortable lounge where you can have a welcome sit down and coffee and cake. Very helpful and welcoming staff.
This church was built and is currently maintained by a Bruges family after their trip to Jerusalem. There is a museum with a decent video on the history of the church and then you can enter the chapel. There was a private event for the...More