About this spot
As the most well-preserved church in Bruges and perhaps the least typical of all local churches, the Jerusalem church is privately-owned and tucked into the charming Sint Ana area near the windmills. Built by the influential Adornes family and consecrated in 1429, it’s a hidden treasure both inside and out. Inspired in design by the (now destroyed) Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem at that time, you’ll find an intimate charm both in the sights on offer and the staff who operate this warm and inviting location.
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