Inside the (very little) Jeruzalemkerk (Church of Jerusalem) in Bruges (Brugge), Belgium. A must-see if you visit Bruges. It's a private church, built in the 15th Century as a private Chapel and still property of the family Adornes who originally built this chapel. It is believed that the design was copied from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, which some of the members of the family had visited. Remarkable is that the church/chapel is still intact in its original form. There are two stairs leading from the little nave to the higher choir, which is separated form the neve with an open worked separation and two oak wooden little doors that could be dated from 1484.