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Dominating the Sablon Square in the center of Brussels, this church was transformed from a chapel into a major gothic church starting in 1436 through the beginning of the 16th century, and truly exemplifies the Brabantine gothic style of...more
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Rue de la Regence / Regentsschapsstraat 3b | Entrée rue des Sablons et pas rue de la Régence, Brussels 1000, Belgium
All reviews beautiful church stained glass antique market gothic style wooden pulpit old church worth a visit city centre the grand place architecture altar organ worship century mass statues flamboyant
An imposing and beautiful church and a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. There is a wealth of things to see both outside and within. This is a most impressive building but not crushingly so in spite of its size. The black & white marble St Ursula...More
Sablon which i found out too late, it the only area in bru that deserves a well done. brussels is tiny and here you do feel it's love of chic-ness. i will go back, Church is like hundreds i have visited before but nice.
This is in the antique district of Brussels and is a lovely gothic church in Brussels. It is big with a lovely feel but lacks signs in English at small chapels and difficult to know from stained glass in French or Dutch but the stained...More