Twenty Churches in Twenty Days

We visited 20 churches on our trip to Europe last May. Here’s the breakdown by country: Switzerland 4, France 1, Germany 11, Netherlands 1, and Belgium 3. And by denomination: Roman Catholic 12, Lutheran /Evangelical 5, Presbyterian 2, Old Catholic 1.

1.

1. Augustinian Church (Old Catholic).

2.

2. GrossMünster (Presbyterian)

3. Fraumunster (Lutheran).

3. Fraumünster (Presbyterian).

Click here and here for more on the three churches we visited in Zurich.

4. Jesuit Church (Roman Catholic).

4. Jesuit Church, Lucerne (Roman Catholic).

Click here for more on the church we visited in Lucerne.

5. Strasbourg Cathedral (Roman Catholic).

5. Strasbourg Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg.

Click here and here for more on the cathedral in Strasbourg.

6. Speyer Cathedral (Roman Catholic).

6. Speyer Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Its official name is the Basilica Cathedral of the Assumption and St Stephen.

Click here for more on the cathedral in Speyer.

7. (Lutheran).

7. Church of the Holy Spirit (Lutheran), Heidelberg.

Click here for more on the church in Heidelburg.

8. Mainz Cathedral (Roman Catholic).

8. Mainz Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Also known as St Martin’s Cathedral (Martinsdom).

Click here for more on the cathedral in Mainz.

9. (Roman Catholic)

9. Basilica of St Castor, Koblenz (Roman Catholic).

Click here for more on this church in Koblenz.

10. Cologne Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Aka Kolner Dom.

10. Cologne Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Aka Kolner Dom.

Click here and here for more on the cathedral in Cologne.

11. (Roman Catholic).

11. Hartebrugkerk, Leiden (Roman Catholic).

Click here and here for more on this church in Leiden.

12. Alswede (Evangelical).

12. Alswede (Evangelical).

Click here for more on this church in Alswede.

13. Dielingen (Evangelical).

13. Dielingen (Evangelical).

Click here for more on this church in Dielingen.

14. St M, Hunteburg (Evangelical).

14. St M, Hunteburg (Evangelical).

Click here for more on this church in Hunteburg.

15. St Mary's Church (Lutheran / Evangelical), Osnabrück.

15. St Mary’s Church (Lutheran / Evangelical), Osnabrück.

Click here for more on this Protestant church in Osnabrück.

16. St Peter's Cathedral, Osnabrück (Roman Catholic).

16. St Peter’s Cathedral, Osnabrück (Roman Catholic).

Click here for more on the cathedral in Osnabrück.

17. Aachen Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Aka

17. Aachen Cathedral (Roman Catholic). Aka the Imperial Cathedral (Kaiserdom).

Click here for more on the cathedral in Aachen.

18. St Gertrude, Nivelles (Roman Catholic)

18. St Gertrude, Nivelles (Roman Catholic)

Click here and here for more on this church in Nivelles.

19. St Nicholas (Roman Catholic)

19. St Nicholas, Brussels (Roman Catholic).

20. Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula (Roman Catholic).

20. Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula (Roman Catholic).

Click here, here, here, here and here for more on these churches in Brussels.

Stay tuned this Fall for postings on some of the great churches in and around London.

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3 Responses to Twenty Churches in Twenty Days

  1. mvschulze says:

    Phenomenal Photos, great retrospect of your journey.

  2. Ajaytao2010 says:

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  3. gpcox says:

    They are magnificent, aren’t they! The best artists in the country are represented in their churches.

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