Eglise des Dominicains, Colmar

4.1
#4 of 10 in Historic Sites in Colmar
An ancient Gothic church built at the end of the 15th century, Eglise des Dominicains is no longer a place of worship, but is still a major architectural work of the mendicant order. The "Altarpiece of the Dominicans" is now on display at the Unterlinden museum, but a notable piece by the same artist remains at this location--Martin Schongauer's masterpiece "Madonna of the Rosebush," painted in 1473. Add Eglise des Dominicains to your Colmar travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Colmar trip planner.
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  • This huge church in the center of old Colmar is well worth a visit to marvel at the workmanship of builders from so long ago. The space is less ornate than many from that era so allows the visitor...  more »
  • For a mere 2 euros you get to see this masterpiece.It is stunning. Well worth a half hour of your time in Colmar.There is a detailed explanation of the history next to it.  more »
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  • Beautiful building. It is a pity we didn't have time to visit the museum inside.
  • The curch is beautiful from the outside. Once you enter, you have to pay 2 euros to see a big empty room with a very interesting painting. Still it's not worth the price. It's already weird to pay when entering a church but it's also an expensive one. Take pictures from outside and keep discovering the wonderful Colmar.
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