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Saint James Church, Tournai

(4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • This church feels genuinely old. The tower is from the 12th century, and the church itself from the 13th. Inside one sees the galleries that I believe to be typical of Romanesque churches. The ceiling...  more »
  • Just outside the walls, the Church of San Giacomo (Saint-Jacques), in Romanesque-Gothic style, built between the 13th and 14th centuries, is still today an important pilgrimage site for travellers following the Camino de Santiago. The Tower of the façade is from the 11th century. The large size of the structure suggest that the building gave shelter to a large number of travelers who were also welcome at the city hospital always dedicated to Saint James. Unfortunately in January was closed and held also very bad. Broken glass and careless. A little disappointing
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  • This church had some very beautiful stained glass and we got to look through some ancient church things.  more »
  • Visit this church do take a few minutes, because no treasure crypt, no table. She's just pretty and that is beautiful and interesting.
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  • Simple and ascetic Temple without the interesting details in the decoration. The outside looked like a small castle.
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  • very nice
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