Saint George Saint George, a famous Catholic martyr, saint, and guardian saint of England. He often appears in the fields of Western literature, sculpture, painting, etc. as a dragon-slaying hero. This neo-Gothic church named after it was built in 1853, near Mechelen Square. Its predecessor was a Gothic church built in the 13th century, which was destroyed by the French in 1798. The height of the two towers is 50 meters. The paintings and sculptures in the church are worth seeing.
When I didn't come, I said it was a world-class cultural heritage facility, but after walking through small towns in many countries, I didn't feel how special it is. As one of the oldest churches, the overall restoration work has been relatively good. However, many of the murals on the outer wall have basically faded with the wind and rain. It must be said that it is a pity. The brick walls and murals inside are relatively well protected, but the impact is not great