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St. Andrew's Church, Antwerp

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  • The last Gothic church that was built in Antwerp. And of which the embryo in the sixteenth century also degrade quickly became ... because of Lutheran sympatieën. Now a church where not only many historical works of art. Also with a lot of contemporary input thanks to a fanatic art-loving Pastor m (which at the same time, art historian and Chairman of the tourism pastoral-guides). Even more bother when you tour may follow. Certainly with the pastor of the Church itself. Unfortunately, that often has a crowded agenda. From May to september there are Sundays at 3:00 pm, however, also free guides available.
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  • Located in a former working class district, known as the Parish of Misery and Thirst. Nowadays transformed into a trendy place for fashion designers and antique shops. One of the five monumental churc...  more »
  • At the beginning of century XVI the Augustinian Fathers built this church in late Gothic style in a neighborhood that once was popular and now teems with fashion and antiques shops. Inside the Baroque master. Highlights the wonderful pulpit, made in 1821 by J-B. Van Hool and j.-f.. Van Geel, representing life-size the vocation of St. Andrew and his brother Pedro. Note also the monument funeral of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, and the statue of marble of san Pedro (1658), work of Artus Quellijn the old
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