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The Hospital of St. John (Oud Sint-Janshospitaal) was a medieval hospital in Bruges. It was founded in the mid-12th century.
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Very interesting. Use to be One of the oldest hospital in Europe now turn to be museum. Good place to visit. Take a note the toilets inside arena are not open all time
The high-rise building on the bridge was a hospital until 1976. The chapel of St. Jans Hospital is exhibited by works by Hans Meming, who is considered one of the greatest painters of his time. Behind the building there is a museum with Picasso works
Note: This review is only of the church museum with the Michelangelo Madonna. The church museum definitely has several must-see items, primary of which is the Madonna. The Madonna was really quite far from the visiting area to truly appreciate. I was somewhat disappointed. It's also a bit weird to buy your ticket for this museum in a different museum. That's not well-communicated. Otherwise this would be 5-star.
Some interesting pieces, but not very many. The temporary exhibition seemed to dominate.
Not so much of what we expected, but stoll has its misterious part.
That's a great example how to take a very interesting topic and present it just in a wrong way. There are many things that are not written in English, the exhibition is very strangely formed