St. Buffon’s Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in Ghent, Belgium. Traces of ancient Roman architecture can be found in the basement of the cathedral. In the summer of 1566, members of the Calvinist sect visited a Catholic church in the Netherlands, smashed stained glass windows, smashed statues, and destroyed paintings and other works of art they believed to be idolatry. Only the original altar has been preserved.
One of the most famous areas in Ghent is the connection of the three towers. It consists of the St. Nicholas Church-Ghent Bell Tower-St. Bavon Cathedral. You can also climb the Ghent Bell Tower (8 Euro/person) to enjoy the entire city of Ghent landscape. If you want to see the scene of the three towers connecting, remember to walk to the (St. Michel Bridge).