Jerusalem Church

The church of Jerusalem and the house of Adornes are part of the same complex built by the Genoese Adornes family at the end of the 15th century. The brick church, designed as a funeral chapel for the Adornes family, takes its inspiration from the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

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Basilic of the Holy Blood

The Basilic of the Holy Blood is a double chapel of the city of Bruges. The lower chapel of Sint-Basilius (1139-1149), is the only Romanesque church of West Flanders entirely preserved. The Upper Chapel of the Holy Blood was given in the late 15th century in a Gothic style.