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We visited Saint John the Baptist Church because it was very close to our hotel accommodations.
The church originally served the beguines – an order of ladies that were committed to the Catholic church doctrine without the sacred vows.
When we were there, there was...More
Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste au Beguinage is another church! It is a beautiful building and it is an exceptional site, if you have not seen anything like it before! If you have seen other similar churches, and in our case we have seen far too many, then...More
The architecture is very, very baroque; which is a rare thing in Brussels. While I was walking around (I didn't go in for a look) there was a lively market going on in the plaza. From other comments I now see that the redundant church...More
I was shocked! This should be a sacred place but become a gallery, meeting rooms, coffee shop (closed one), concert music hall. It is just waste of your time. Avoid it at all cost unless you have nothing to do in Brussels!