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We visit places like this to enjoy the architecture and history. This is an exemplary example of magnificent architecture and wonderful wood carvings. In addition, outside of a museum, this is the only place to see the three Dutch Masters together, as part of the...More
Frer entrance for one of rubens churches. Fanastic angels in stone on the outside in a pasageway. Once inside, very well decorated with fantastic wood carvings and paintings on the nauve. Worth the visit.
A beautifu and large cathedral that is worthy of a long visit. So many things to see here other than your standard cathedral sanctuary. Lovely outdoor garden, and awesome vault room filled with beautifully jewel adorned metalworks. We really enjoyed our visit.
We arrived here at the last opportunity before flying back and found that on Sunday it is not open until 2pm - not surprising of course - but the building is terrific with a very high steeple and great architecture.
You'll read in the other reviews that this is a beautiful church, with paintings by Rubens and also a number of beautiful statues. But don't miss the fascinating collection of statues by the side of the church, referred to as The Calvary. This group of...More
Saint Paul's Church ( Sint Pauluskerk ) is a fantastic Roman Catholic church located only a short stroll from the River Scheldt.
The Baroque style of architecture is stunning and looks amazing,built in 1571 the church both inside and externally is superb and is most...More
This church is flooded in light. Amazing restoration after the fire in the late 1960's. Used to be the church of a huge monastery. The monks are gone but the paintings of Rubens and Van Dijck are still there.
Response from TerryParad | Reviewed this property |
Hi - You really need to clarify your questions - we would like to help if you explain.
If your question is about the opening hours i would suggest you go to the website or a travel guide site for this.