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Absolutely Beautiful church. The glass paint windows are really great. Go in, sit down, enjoy the interior. Outside the church, there is small beautiful lawn. Plenty of chairs, enjoy the church from their.
Bright and airy, the exterior of the cathedral has been cleaned to reveal white stone which contrasts with the office blocks nearby. The cathedral took over 300 years to build, up to 1519. There is no admission charge, and the building is calm for reflection....More
The structure is magnificent but its work carved is very delicate. Its a free entry and you have to follow a queue. Once inside one has to follow a decorum and follow the rule of silence. Very interesting glass & wood work inside. We took...More
Beautiful cathedral that is up there with many of the other European famous churches. It's not far from the Grand Place which is another noteworthy site to see in Brussels. It's not far from the train station either making it a convenient stop if you...More
OMG,this place is just a masterpiece u have to visit when u r n brussels, loved the glass,the status,the painting,the history behind everything, am nt Christian bt am sure that it has a lot of religious feeling,i totally loved it and was just like OMG...More
This cathedral is one of our top 5, it has an amazing gothic architecture which is absolutely breathtaking. It has a park right outside where you can just watch and enjoy the view. It’s a free entrance which I respect because talking to God shouldn’t...More
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.