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St. Andreas, Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf, Germany
4.6 / 5
Former Jesuit church of the 17th century, where the remains of the representatives of the royal Wittelsbach dynasty rest. After the dissolution of the Jesuit Order, the temple was used as a regular parish church. In 2005, it was transferred to the possession of the Dominican Order. Despite the modest decoration of the external facade, the interior of the church is made with grace and some luxury.
St. Andreas, Düsseldorf
Address:Andreasstraße 27, Düsseldorf
Phone:+49 211 136340

Magdalena M

Great looking church, lots sculptures inside. Free organ concert in Sundays

Tammy Donaldson

Small pretty church right in the Altstadt. Went on a Saturday afternoon. They have volunteers that will give you some great information. Very friendly.. Read more »

Dominic Majendie

Excellent early Sunday morning mass at 8.30am with plenty of Latin to make us nonGermans feel we can actually join in. Danke.

Karl Medhurst

Nice little church.. beautiful interior.

Marty Jost

Amazing place and the people in the church were friendly and inviting, very knowledgeable and proud as they should be of this beautiful church.

Randy Chandra

Although very modest outside, the interior of the church is beautiful and intricate. It is open for visitors and worshippers alike.

Beth Keser

Beautiful church worth a quick view.

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