Cathedral s´Hertogenbosch

St. John’s Cathedral s Hertogenbosch is an iconic religious structure situated in the historic city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. It is the most prominent tourist attraction in the area and draws visitors from all over the world. With a rich history and beautiful architecture, it is an experience to remember for any traveler.</br></br>

The cathedral was built in 1220 on orders of Duke Henry I, and has since been rebuilt several times after being destroyed by fires, wars and various other disasters. Despite these setbacks, St. John’s Cathedral still stands strong today as a captivating symbol of Dutch medieval architecture. The interior consists of towering stained glass windows depicting biblical stories as well as intricately carved tombs that date back centuries ago which make it truly awe-inspiring to explore!

Read what others share about their experience

  • Sander Kleine
    3 months ago
    Last weekend we visited this beautiful cathedral. It was one of the last weekends that we were...
  • Stephen M Goldsmith
    4 months ago
    A very special place in s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands 🇳🇱 and l was lucky enough to catch...
  • Going up to the top roof is great! You can really appreciate the art, the work and the risk that...
  • Phillip Batts
    a week ago
    Very peaceful atmosphere. Information on paper and on displays only in Dutch. Website also only...
  • Shubhi Chandra
    8 months ago
    When you get a century's experience due to renovation in the church, one should not miss it. One of...

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