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It is all that is left of the city’s medieval buildings. It dates back to the 15th century. The bronze doors are based on the theme of War and Peace. I wasn't able to go inside as there was a concert going on but if...More
Learning about the history of the church and the determination of Rotterdam's citizens to rebuild it after the war was both sad and inspiring. I very much enjoyed my time visiting this incredible building.
Our visit was unplanned, we simply saw the Tower from our lunch venue and decided to explore. However, what we found was astonishing, a spectacular church with a very chequered history. Originally commenced in 1450, it is now the only remaining building relating to the...More
We love visiting churches and this one is quite different. An old church that reflects a new type of ministry and congregation. There is a small charge to visit. There is also a cafe near the entrance.
The Sint Laurenskerk is a church that survived the bombing of Rotterdam in the second world war. Picture this church standing upright amidst piles of rumble from bombed houses, buildings. The church is now a landmark of Rotterdam, with the square tower from which you...More
A few steps away from the busy shopping street and the new indoor market in Rotterdam there is a square where you can sit and relax, looking at the old St. Lauren's Church. If it is open, it is certainly worth taking a look inside....More
Today I decided to have a look at the church, i had been in the center so many times and I thought it was about time that I had a look at this iconic building.
The church is very close to the Markthal, it is...More
The "Sint Laurenskerk" (St. Lawrence Church) is remarkable, because it is the only remaining medieval building in Rotterdam. It stands as a sort of anomaly at the "Grotekerkplein" (Grand Church Square), because of the ugly, tired office buildings lining the square, build in that architectural...More
It’s a church turned into a museum. A tour within the church will cost 2 Euros per person. Not that bad at all because of its amazing view. I find though a bit creepy when we entered as how we feel when entering an old...More