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Jesuit college

A typical Jesuit church which is part of the Jesuit-college in Aalst (which my 3 kids attended... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2016
Gert J
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Tielt Winge, Belgium
Most traditional Jesuit College of the region. Church with exceptional peaceful atmosphere.

if you are looking for a hidden treasure, then try to be admitted to visit this clean church It is... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2015
AJJSC
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Aalst, Belgium
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1 Aug 2016
“Jesuit college”
14 Oct 2015
“Most traditional Jesuit College of the region. Church with exceptional peaceful atmosphere.”
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Reviewed 1 August 2016

A typical Jesuit church which is part of the Jesuit-college in Aalst (which my 3 kids attended). One of many things to see in Aalst, worthwhile passing by, the St-Martinus church is only 50 yards and is a must visit.

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Reviewed 14 October 2015

if you are looking for a hidden treasure, then try to be admitted to visit this clean church It is more like a Chapel; You can feel the history of a rich past where tausends of students each morning attended the ceremonies.

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Reviewed 27 April 2015

Jesuit Church – Pont street Aalst. For sure when you ask somebody to indicate you the Jesuit Church in the Pont street, they send you immediately to the Saint Martin’s Church, but this is not the place to be, we know this now! Starting on...More

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