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Saint Martin's Church, Kortrijk
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The Saint-Martin's Church is the main church and one of the principal Gothic monuments of Kortrijk, Flanders, Belgium. The church is dedicated to the saint Martin of Tours and was built between 1390 and 1466. This church was built after the devastation of the first gothic Saint Martin's church, which was located at the place where before a Roman church stood .
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  • As I passed by this church, heading for the Begijnhof St Elisabeth, I noticed its entrance. It was truly beautiful! What attracted me the most is above the entrance door. It had many little chapels al...  more »
  • This is one beautiful Church that you just have to see when in Kortrijk. The architecture is just simply amazing. 
  • The largest, and for me the most beautiful church of Kortrijk. She was built between 1390 and 1466, following the destruction of the first Gothic church of Saint Martin. The 83 m high tower in Brabantine Gothic is an eye catcher. In the wooden tower is a Carillon of 49 bells, restored in 1974.
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