The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula is a medieval Roman Catholic church in Brussels, central Belgium. It was dedicated to Saint Michael and Saint Gudura of Brussels and is considered one of the best examples of Brabantín Gothic architecture. The construction of the church began in the 11th century and was almost completed by the 16th century, although its interior was often modified in the following centuries. The church was granted cathedral status in 1962.
The Cathedral of St. Michel and St. Gudula is a Gothic church in the urban area of Brussels. The style of the church is modeled on Notre Dame de Paris. There are no two large steeples on the front. It is quite magnificent from a distance. The Grand Place of Brussels is not far away. If you walk to other nearby attractions, you can take a look at it. If you come here specially, there is not much need. Similar styles are quite common in major European cities.
It is magnificent and magnificent, and many people come here to worship.
The Church of Saint-Michel was built in the 13th century and took 300 years to complete. At first glance, it looks like Notre Dame Cathedral. The bell tower is 64 meters high and 5 meters lower than Notre Dame Cathedral, but its exquisiteness is by no means inferior to Notre Dame. In the courtyard, magnificent glass windows are inlaid in the erect masonry structure, and the carvings on the outer wall are vivid. Entering the cathedral, the sense of sanctity slowed everyone down and lowered their voices. The tourists in twos and threes were all shocked by the supernatural construction and indulged in another holy world. The Saint-Michel church is the first European medieval church I have ever seen. Such a quiet, cozy and peaceful atmosphere is hard to find in Notre Dame today.