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This huge cathedral, is situated right behind Flander’s Fields Museum is a gem. Of course renovated and rebuild because of WW1 damage but still impressive. When we visited it, there were some art impressions from Belgium artists. This cathedral is worth a visit for sure.
To think this building was destroyed and rebuilt is amazing. what was also amazing and also very moving was the fact that people are bringing back items that soldiers removed when the building was destroyed. one family brought back an item in June 2019 -...More
We visited the cathedral of Saint Martin in Ypres whilst taking a short break to the city and surrounding area. Entrance to the cathedral is free to visitors although you are at liberty to offer a contribution to the upkeep of this fine building.
visited every day, was blown away with the archetecture, statues, scultures, the windows were absoulutely fantastic, a thing of beauty.
the atmosphere inside was serene, a beautiful, inspiring place, dont miss it.
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it as a 4.30 pm Sat Sunday it is ring its bells at 10am I think when you arrive you would be better going to the Cathedral and getting times from them they are printed on the inside it is an experience you will never forget... More
it as a 4.30 pm Sat Sunday it is ring its bells at 10am I think when you arrive you would be better going to the Cathedral and getting times from them they are printed on the inside it is an experience you will never forget I have been in a few Cathedrals but ST. Martins is the king of all you will take this with you when you leave and talk about this place to everyone you meet have a wonderful experience and enjoy Andy