Great St. Lawrence Church, Rotterdam

Great St. Lawrence Church, Rotterdam

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Overview

Great St. Lawrence Church (Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk) is a Protestant church in Rotterdam. It is the only remnant of the medieval city of Rotterdam.

The late Gothic church was constructed between 1449 and 1525. It was heavily damaged during WW II but was fully restored at the end of the war.
The church has a beautiful interior, with colored glass windows providing unique lighting and feeling.
The Laurenskerk contains different points of interest and is primarily known for having the biggest organ in the Netherlands. Other points of interest include the main entrance’s bronze doors, designed by the Italian artist Giacomo Manzu, a statue of Rotterdam’s most famous son, Erasmus. In addition, the church also hosts frequent music concerts and other events.

The entrance is free, and guided tours are available for a small admission fee).

Country

Netherlands

Approx. Duration

Up to 2 hours

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – Medium

Local Currency

Euro

Price Level

Min. Price

Free

Address

Grotekerkplein 27, 3011 GC Rotterdam, Netherlands

Spoken Languages

Dutch (official language), Frisian is spoken in the northern province of Friesland. English, German and French are widely spoken.

Recommended Age

Teens, Adults, Seniors

Pricing Details

Free

Electricity

230 volts AC, 50Hz. Plugs with two round pins are standard

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