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Eglise St-Nicolas also known as the Church of St. Nicholas (free entry) is a historic church that can be visited near the Grand Place in the city centre of Brussels. It is believed to be one of the four oldest churches in the city.
Situated in the heart of Brussels St Nicolas church is one of the first churches being built in the center and it is preserved excellently due to its importance for the local people. It is believed to have being constructed initially around 1100-1150 and demonstrates...More
This small church is almost 1,000 years old, but little remains of the original structure. Its 11th-century Romanesque lines are hidden by a 14th-century Gothic facade and the repairs made after the French bombardment of 1695. A cannonball fired by the French in 1695 is...More
If you don't read about it beforehand, you will be surprised what you find inside. It is a tranquil and pleasant space. The pulpit is lovely and the angle of the chapel walls is intriguing. A metal shrine to martyrs if of interest. A very...More