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I was taking a stroll in search of the tourist centre and found this charm.
The reverence of God is found in the beautiful colours and Stain glass windows.
The church is under renovation and every little contribution counts so it's a place to visit...More
An absolutely massive cathedral with an Interesting history. In the 17th century a tornado caused the nave to collapse and it was never rebuilt. The area that is now the DomPlatz or the Square In front of the church separating it from the tower was...More
The decline of the mediëval Roman Catholic clergy's power started early 16th century. It is the main reason the construction of the cathedral in Utrecht was never completed. A natural disaster in 1674 dealt the final blow and for ages the area which is now...More
The main nave of this church was wrecked in a terrible storm in 1674. It is now much shorter than when designed and stands apart from its tower. Originally the design of this church had been inspired by the cathedral in Tournai. It has a...More
It is free (or almost, they kindly ask for 2.50 euro donation) and it makes for a nice short stop. They give you a brochure but it is not very informative. The story of the church is very interesting though as half of it was...More
It's free and it's polite to visit the cathedral of any major city. The architecture is typically French Gothic and beautiful from any angle. Part of the church collapsed in the 17th century and was never re-built (that is why the church tower is 50...More
We popped in to see the inside of this large old church/cathedral and were glad we took time to do so. A contribution of 2 euro is requested to help with maintainable but not compulsory. The stain glass and vaulting are impressive and there is...More
Glad we took the time to step inside the cathedral - it's free (though there is a voluntary donation box on the way in) and it's a really interesting historical place. You can tell that it was changed by the reformation - as our walking...More
Large central pre reformation Gothic cathedral with long history. Guides available but volunteers useful interpretation and speak good English. Voluntary donation rather then entrance fee. Nice stained glass much of which had to be repaired after bombing. Known for its music concerts.