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Church of Saint John the Baptist

Rue Munster, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Nicer inside than Notre Dame (Luxembourg)

Its only a small church, but worth a visit to see its lovely white interior and gold alter area... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Lovely Little Church in the Barrio Grund neighborhood

Nice for a quick visit. Also named St John on the Stone. It's a Catholic Church with buildings here... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2016
New York City, New York
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2 days ago
“Nicer inside than Notre Dame (Luxembourg)”
15 Dec 2016
“Rebuilt after the war”
Rue Munster, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Its only a small church, but worth a visit to see its lovely white interior and gold alter area. Well worth a walk along the river to go and see

Thank Gareth_H25
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Nice for a quick visit. Also named St John on the Stone. It's a Catholic Church with buildings here dating back to 1300's. Worth a quick visit. Free entry. Nazi's kept political prisoners in the adjacent buildings during WWII.

Thank ClintPage
Reviewed 23 December 2016

Pinned in the wrong place on tripadvisor, it is actually a few hundred metres further along Rue Munster and is St John De Grund in the correct position on all other maps. The church originally serving the monastery and its hospice complex. Nothing striking about...More

Thank KS&HC
Reviewed 15 December 2016

A must visit if you are interested in this type of structure. A lot of work has gone into rebuilding this place after the 2nd World War.

Thank petermathewscmg
Reviewed 24 October 2016

going to this part of the city , you can not miss it, because next to the old prison , now : cultural center abbaye de neumunster

Thank Guido R
Reviewed 4 September 2016

I loved this church and the beautiful stained glass, so peaceful and well worth a visit. We were searching for the Petrusse Express train and couldn't find it, but instead entered into the peace and quiet of this wonderful church.

1  Thank Wonderful270
Reviewed 4 January 2016

Beautiful and astonishing interior. Well preserved over time. It is so very quiet that one will get lost in time. A good place to sit and search one's soul. If you love history, this is one place to visit.

Thank Shivan9
Reviewed 27 November 2015

This new church of St John Baptiste was built by the Benedictine monks in1500 in the suburb of Grund. The Neumunster Abbey consisted of a church and 4 wings enclosing on inner courtyard; During th French Revolution, authorities expropriated the Church of St, John, the...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 20 September 2015

This is a lovely church, high and light, with splendid tall columns and a feeling of worship. In a busy city, it is good to spend time here to reflect and pray.

Thank Ian K
Reviewed 28 June 2015

This lovely Church, which dates back to the seventeeth century, is tucked away on Rue Munster, next to the river. Whilst not overly ornate compared to other European Catholic Churches, the interior is beautiful with it's vaulted ceiling and baroque altar. Don't miss the revered...More

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