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Hans Memling Museum


Portrait of a Lady, Hans Memling


Ursula Shrine : Arrival of the virgins in Cologne, Hans Memling


Ursula Shrine : Martyrdom of St. Ursula, Hans Memling


Ursula Shrine : St Ursula and her companions, Hans Memling


Portrait of Martin van Nieuwenhove, Hans Memling


Cologne, Rhine partie from Bayenturm to the cathedral (first in the foreground arrival of St . Ursula ), Hans Memling


Cologne, Rhine partie from Bayenturm to large - St. -Martin (in the foreground Martyrdom of St. . Ursula ), Hans Memling

Old St. John's Hospital is an 11th-century hospital in Bruges, Belgium. Located next to the Church of Our Lady, it is one of Europe's oldest surviving hospital buildings.[1] The hospital grew during the Middle Ages and was a place where sick pilgrims and travellers were cared for. The site was later expanded with the building of a monastery and convent. In the 19th century, further construction led to a hospital with eight wards around a central building.

Today part of the hospital complex holds the popular Hans Memling museum, named for the German-born Early Netherlandish painter, where a number of works, such as triptychs are displayed,[2] as well as hospital records, medical instruments and other works of art.[3]

The hospital site is also used as a congress and exhibition centre, the site Oud Sint-Jan.
References

"Sint-Janshospitaal". Retrieved 2012-11-29.
Patrick Barkham (2008-05-03). "Land of the friet". The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-11-29.
"Too Much Belgian Beer? Go to the Memling Hospital Museum in Bruges". 2010-04-01. Retrieved 2012-11-29.

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