The Museum St Janshospital is a restored twelfth-century recuperating focus complete with timber housetop shafts and craftsmanship idealize show-stoppers backpedaling to the Fifteenth Century.
The oak reliquary, in most of its plated prominence, is the most commented piece of the verifiable focus and was made by Hans Memling. The piece relates the record of St Ursula's prearranged engagement to a freethinker ruler.
Ursula, nearby 11,000 virgins, was slaughtered on her way to deal with Rome by the King of the Huns. Access to the show corridor is 8 Euros for adults and fuses entry into a model seventeenth century sedate store.