The Jerusalem chapel is the highlight of Adornes' domain. The Adornes were a rich and influential family in Brugge. Anselm Adornes mends the ties of Brugge to Scotland. He goes on a journey to the Holy Land. On a second diplomatic mission in Scotland he gets murdered. His heart is buried in the Jerusalem chapel, beside his wife. This chapel... 更多
This is a family chapel that is supposed to be a copy of the Holy Sepulchre church in Jerusalem, built after one of the family members went on a pelgrimage to Jerusalem. The resemblance is somewhat shaky, but the church is worthwhile a visit. The outside looks a bit oriental, and inside there is a "copy" of the grave of... 更多
A quick look at a medieval courtyard and a spectacular little chapel. Worth the visit to see this little treasure and learn about one prominent medieval Brugge family. Pleasantly surprised by the beauty and great condition of the chapel. Highly recommended.
Not a place to invite contemplation but of interest to those who love medieval art and worth getting a little away from the tourist centre Wee art exhibition in attached hall had some lovely contemporary works and person at teller was very pleasant and helpful. Hard to say how long to stay here ... depends on your interest. We were... 更多
I'm not particularly religious, but I find this church fascinating and not because it's a 'replica'. It has an alter piece that alone is worth the entrance fee. It's amazing and despite being a little out of the way, is worth the walk. I'd love the give a detailed description here, but I'm afraid it may spoil your pleasure. Take... 更多
If you dont have the time to go to Jerusalem then you should visit this one at least in your life! since this church is the replica of Jerusalem church The movie in Bruges also made in this church!
In a medieval city like Brugge there are plenty of churches to visit if you are interested in history. This one is still privately owned and is both unusual in shape and content. If you are from Scotland then this is a MUST when visiting Brugge because of its Scottish connections. There is a good video intro next to the... 更多
This church goes back over 600 years and has been maintained by the same family for the entire time. The chapel is small but unique. The backdrop of skulls behind an alter is something I've never seen before. The relic this church claims is a piece of the true cross.