Religious Sites in Bruges

Religious Sites in Bruges, Belgium

Religious Sites in Bruges

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  • Jack H
    Bonita Springs, FL342 contributions
    This was a highlight of Bruges. Old does not begin to describe this place. You may or may not believe the relics are real but you have to appreciate the place.
    Written October 4, 2022
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel36,124 contributions
    This is a gorgeous 14th-century Gothic cathedral with an impressive nave and beautiful art works within.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Solodam J
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands35,209 contributions
    The St. Walburga Church is a Roman-Catholic church from 17th-century in a Baroque style. We saw this church when we got lost. But we were very happy to be able to visit this church as it has beautiful interior.
    Written July 24, 2020
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  • MickyC
    Bromley, UK422 contributions
    Well I Stumbled upon this church whilst on a morning walk, I loved going on side from all the traffic and noice, and hearing the Silence. Really relaxing Atmosphere and beautiful building.
    Written December 22, 2021
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  • DunelmArts
    Aberdeen, UK1,020 contributions
    Bruges contains some beautiful, tranquil places and this can be added to that list. Although the almshouses are private dwellings, visitors can enter the courtyard and wander around the garden. The whitewashed cottages provide an attractive backdrop.
    Written June 15, 2022
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  • GoGo2SlowGo
    Denton, TX1,534 contributions
    You might see it called Callejón del Asno Ciego but it is an English Convent. Many Catholic nuns from England were banished by their King when Catholicism was declared to be illegal. This convent has been around since the 1600's and the current group of nuns have a lot of history to impart.
    Hours can vary and a contribution to the order would appropriate if you spend some time with one of the sisters.
    Written March 23, 2020
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  • Dan W
    Portland, OR1,983 contributions
    On my guided walking tour of Bruges and also on my guided bicycle tour we visited Begijhof in Bruges, and included this little church as part of our resting point. It really is worth stepping into St. Elisabeth Church for a quick visit. The church dates back to 1245 and while the exterior and facade are unassuming, the interior is quite special, featuring amazing architecture and a fascinating gilded figure of the Madonna flanked by Solomonic columns. Worth a few minutes to explore.
    Written July 23, 2019
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