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Quite a lovely building from the outside.. no great signage to drawn attention .. but we went in and were surprised at the wonderful condition of the building..beautiful bright church, lovely huge stunning paintings at the far end on either side.. what looks like papal...More
Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg is a neo-classical church at the Grand Palace in Brussels. The church was built in the 1730s and features a nice columned portico, tiled pediment and dome. There is a impressive equestrian statue in front of the church as well.
The church is...More
This church is important part of the representative area between Royal palace and Royal Museum of Arts. It is like an old temple from outside and has a vast interior. Whole architecture is monumental but cold, not humanlike. It is very distant God in this...More
The place is really beautiful but today - Monday morning - you felt that you were intruding as both left & right aisles were roped off for private prayer which meant that the only way forward inside was down the main aisle.
Anyhow, the décor...More
We popped in by accident as we came a bit early for the museums. It's a nice neoclassical church with a wonderful organ which were playing while we were visiting. Apparently there are organ concerts here quite often.
This church on an initial look does not look like one as its seems to be in the centre of a old office buildings. But as you get closer and through the doors this great little church looks nice and is a lovely.