Jeruzalemkerk – Bruges
The Jeruzalemkerk lies next to the Kantcentrum, and it surely represents the most peculiar church in town. Built around the XV century next to a 13th century chapel, the church was built upon the will of a rich family of merchants of Italian origins, the Adorno, which tomb lies inside the church.
The plan of the church reminds of the one in Jerusalem Beside the tomb of the Adorno you can also admire a statue of Jesus and a wooden painting with carvings representing macabre skulls of demons.
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