This was Rubens own home and is now a museum displaying some of his paintings as well as other Flemish artists. As a wealthy and renowned artist he could afford this lovely house, now renovated and restored. Not a large collection so doesn't need too long and then you can have coffee or lunch at one of the many cafes and restaurants right nearby.
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