A magical church, set irregular fisherman market, high-end restaurant, church as a whole. Unfortunately, the night did not see the appearance of the day. Traffic is also very convenient, trams and subway can reach all the scenic spots, waffles are delicious. But eat too much will be tired. The only one is that there is a fountain behind which the level of consumption is very high, which is 1.5-2 times that of Italy.
Along Regent Street south, past the Royal Museum of Art, is Sabron Church. The church belongs to Braban-Gothic style. Belgian churches are closer to French Gothic churches than Dutch churches. The full name of the church is Notre Dame Sabron Church. The history of the church can be traced back to the 13th century. The present church was expanded in the 15th to 16th centuries. The church was once famous for offering a legendary statue of the Virgin Mother, but the statue was destroyed by the Calvinists in the late 16th century. In 1795, during the French occupation, the priest of the church was closed for several years without loss because of his loyalty to France. The church separates the two squares of Sabron and Sabron in the middle, so this area is called Sabron and Sabron.
Middle-aged and old people are very suitable for traveling here, Zan.
The building is tall and elegant, and the interior decoration is also exquisite.
Looking from the outside, it is a very old building and a famous Catholic Church in downtown Brussels.
The building is very atmospheric, a cathedral, the general visitors will come here to take pictures.
Si llegas hasta la Plaza Real tienes que acercarte a ver esta iglesia, realmente su arquitectura tanto exterior como interior es fantástica. La entrada es gratuita así que mayor aliciente para visitarla. En particular, por fuera me hizo acordar muchísimo a Notre Dame en París, sobre todo la parte de las torres y las terminaciones en los techos. Por dentro es una preciosura, vitrales que le dan un tono especial y muchas pequeñas capillas a los costados.
Iglesia gótica del siglo XV, muy parecida en su construcción a la catedral. Por dentro guarda dos capillas barrocas. Hay unos hermosos vitreaux en el interior que iluminan el altar y la mayor parte de la iglesia, quizás lo que mas resalto de este lugar. No es tan visitada, aunque si hay tiempo merece dedicarle al menos media hora.