Monastic House of Oudmunster

Travelers' Map is loading...
If you see this after your page is loaded completely, leafletJS files are missing.
Choose your language

This is the sidewall dating from around 1540 of a medieval home owned by the prebendary (choir master) of the former Oudmunster church, or St Salvator church (circumference in the paving of the Domplein). It is a fine example of early renaissance architecture with sculptures and cramp-irons. The masonry originally was painted red with white grout. The decorated gable was torn down in the 19th century.

Monastic House of Oudmunster

Nearby recommendations

Travelers' Map is loading...
If you see this after your page is loaded completely, leafletJS files are missing.

Other sights

Travelers' Map is loading...
If you see this after your page is loaded completely, leafletJS files are missing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

16 − 1 =

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on google
Google+
Scroll to top