The church is not far from the main square, but because it is hidden in the alley, it cannot be found without paying attention. When I saw a tour group going there, they followed. The building is not big, and there is no other church outside the door with style, but it is said that there are many works of art inside. There is no charge to enter the church, but it is necessary to keep quiet. Both the ceiling and the sides are very valuable for viewing.
The church is not big, it is not a church from the outside, visitors are hard to find here, on the side of an old town street, three-story structure, the space inside is not very big, the view is also very good, can see a lot of artwork. The view is beautiful and interesting
This place has all the names translated, I think it should be called St Carlos Church, on Trip.com called the Sherboromi Church, on Trip.com did not translate, this is also drunk. The church itself is not highly ranked and is really easy to miss because his baroque bell tower is not very impressive in the small halls and the beige walls are nice to look at but the colors are not spotless and it is a shame. I was just trying to shoot a tower, luckily, the little lane never found the right angle, so I tried to bypass and shoot the front, and then I hit the carved archway, which is three stories and a triangular eave, It was beautiful and spectacular to see in a small square, and you can think of it as the Antwerp archway, which is really like the sculptures of the two. More like, it was over-fired, the church was supposed to be Rubens' design and painted a lot of frescoes, and then a fire burned down, so now you go in and see it is clean white, the pillars are white, The roof is also white (and a few gold stars) but you can still notice that the colonnade is two floors above which allows light to come in and does not have the coloured mosaic glass mosaic, so the whole church is brighter Anyway, it is the feeling of plainness and cleanness, and the archway outside is completely two styles. Also, there was a very small square in front of the church, and a row of two-story buildings in the same style across the square, and a portrait in front of them, and the mounted building was engraved with the words "stadsbibliotheek", and I didn't know what it was for. After checking the dictionary, I found out it was German in the City Library. It seems that this church had been a library before, but the books were burned out in the fire. It was a bit of a pity.
The church has a long history and is very old in architecture.
The church culture is also very popular here, almost everywhere, and the building is more compelling, and the splendor is very striking, and many of the interior decorations are very attractive.