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There are visual similarities between Notre Dame de Paris and Cathedral of St.Michael and St.Gudul, but also some very special things: very rich vitrages and, very unusual, the place of organ. It's a special experience if you have enough time to visit it.
Start by walking around the Cathedral and absorb the lines of this lace like architecture. If lucky you will be able to spot one of the falcons living in the nooks and crannies.
Inside try to imagine this in its gothic splendour, fun of banners,...More
There are are lots of churches to visit and much depends on your level of interest and religious belief. I thought this was one of the best we saw in Brussels. Sunday mass had some Gregorian chant and fine organ playing..
A very beautiful and large cathedral, definitely the best place to visit in the city! Free to enter, warm out of the cold and amazing stained-glass windows. There was a couple playing on the organ and a violin which really set a lovely tone.
The old church of Saints Michel et Gudule is a stunning building, also because of the combination of several different architectural styles, ranging from the Romanesque to the Gothic (which, I think, is the main style, even if I am not into the History of...More
We shared Christmas Midnight Mass here - just a few steps from our hotel, and it was glorious. There are Christmas displays donated by various language groups in Belgium. Fascinating takes on the nativity scene.
Sunday 1000 Mass is in English. 1130 and 1230 are in French. Daily Masses @ 0745 are in Dutch and French, depending on the day. Best source to confirm is a free app called Mass Times. I use it successfully everywhere.