A magical church, combining irregular fishermen's markets, high-end restaurants, and churches. It's a pity that I went there at night and I didn't see the appearance during the day. The transportation is also very convenient, the tram and subway can reach all the attractions, and the waffles are super delicious! But eating too much will make you tired. The only one is! There is also a fountain behind it. The consumption level is very high, 1.5-2 times that of Italy~
Going south along Regent Street, past the Royal Museum, is the Sablon Church. The church is in the Brabant-Gothic architectural style. Compared to churches in the Netherlands, churches in Belgium are closer to gothic churches in France. The full name of the church is the Church of Our Lady of Sablon. The history of the church can be traced back to the 13th century. The current church was expanded from the 15th to the 16th century. The church was once famous for enshrining a legendary statue of the Virgin, but the statue was destroyed by Calvinists in the late 16th century. In 1795, during the French occupation, the priest of the church did not suffer losses due to his allegiance to France, but was closed for several years. The church separates the two squares of Sablon and Sablon in the middle, so this area is called Sablon and Sablon.
Middle-aged and elderly people are very suitable to travel here, praise
The building is tall and elegant, the interior is also very particular, praise