Nice for a quick visit. Also named St John on the Stone. It's a Catholic Church with buildings here dating back to 1300's. Worth a quick visit. Free entry. Nazi's kept political prisoners in the adjacent buildings during WWII.
Pinned in the wrong place on tripadvisor, it is actually a few hundred metres further along Rue Munster and is St John De Grund in the correct position on all other maps. The church originally serving the monastery and its hospice complex. Nothing striking about the church externally but it is very beautiful inside and set in the pleasant area...
I loved this church and the beautiful stained glass, so peaceful and well worth a visit. We were searching for the Petrusse Express train and couldn't find it, but instead entered into the peace and quiet of this wonderful church.
This lovely Church, which dates back to the seventeeth century, is tucked away on Rue Munster, next to the river. Whilst not overly ornate compared to other European Catholic Churches, the interior is beautiful with it's vaulted ceiling and baroque altar. Don't miss the revered 'Black Madonna' icon in the side chapel.
When I vsited I had the church all...