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St. Catherine's Church, Brussels
(2.7/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • The Church has not made any unusual impressions. Gothic building, pretty standard. A bit strange from the outside, I would say. Inside liked much. Built in the 19th century, not so ancient, though looks much older than his years. In General, its worth a visit, if you pass by
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  • Church of St. Catherine produces serious impression and looks imposing and monumental. Was sure that the Church was built in the middle ages, however, as it turned out, her construction was carried out in the period 1854-1874 Gg. Despite the fact that the architecture of the Church the specialists distinguish several styles for simple tourist building looks quite harmoniously. An interesting fact about the church tower, part of the architectural ensemble of the Cathedral, which for 200 years older than the Church itself. Inside the Church looks not less impressive, bright and beautiful, the main altar is decorated with a painting of the assumption of the Holy Catherine ". When visiting the churches remained nerazreshjonnym one question: why the temple installed coffin with the body of an unknown migrant "? That's not recyclable tolerance tweeters sound understanding, or something else? If this still has some symbolic meaning, then it would be better to not install the coffin in the mosque? Although according to Muslim traditions, the body must be buried on the day of death. Or local officials are confident that "unknown migrant" was a Christian? I do not understand a Word, grandiosity design ...
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  • A cold Church of premium first... but there if is ask a few minutes, watching the play of natural light on the architectural details, and a moment of serenity...
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