Sint-Walburgakerk, Bruges

#11 of 36 in Historic Sites in Bruges
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The St. Walburga Church is a 17th-century Roman-Catholic church in Bruges built by the Jesuits in a Baroque style. It is now a parish church and contains many valuable art objects.

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  • The St. Walburga Church is a Roman-Catholic church from 17th-century in a Baroque style. We saw this church when we got lost. But we were very happy to be able to visit this church as it has...  more »
  • Even if you are not religious or catholic, one can enter here for a moment of peace .Try to enter when there is sunlight that gives a magic touch to the interior.  more »
  • A really beautiful church. There are lots of helpful signs in a multitude of languages so you know what you are looking at. Very welcoming and peaceful.
  • Beautiful church, with natural light and small exposure of their treasure. Also two portable Byzantine orthodox icons are exposed.

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