ⓘ St. Marys Church, Utrecht
St. Marys Church, also called Mariakerk or Maria Maior, was one of five collegiate churches in the Dutch city of Utrecht, the others being St. Martins Cathedral, St. Salvators Church, the Pieterskerk, and the Janskerk. It dated from the eleventh century and was considered one of the finest buildings in Romanesque style in the Netherlands.
Church was demolished in several phases during the first half of the nineteenth century. Today, only the monastery remains on the Mariaplaats, in the Concertgebouw of the Voor arts EN Wetenschappen which is the Utrecht Conservatory.
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