Church Of Our Lady Of Laeken, Brussels

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Church Of Our Lady Of Laeken, Brussels - Address, Phone Number

Address: Parvis Notre Dame, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium

Phone: +32-24782095

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Timings: 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details

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Master architect Poelaert built this neo-Gothic church for Queen Louise-Marie, wife of King Leopold I. Now it is famous as the final resting place for many royal persons of Belgium: Leopold I of Belgium, Leopold II of Belgium, Albert I of Belgium, Elisabeth of Bavaria, Baudouin of Belgium, Queen Fabiola of Belgium, Prince Leopold, Prince Baudouin of Belgium, and Charlotte of Belgium. Poelaert himself is buried here, as are famous playwrights, singers and architects. People also visit just to photograph the stylish exterior facade. Though construction started in 1854, the church wasn’t completed till 1909. The style of architecture is Gothic Revival and the church is indeed an imposing landmark that should be visited, when in Brussels.

Church Of Our Lady Of Laeken Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Church Of Our Lady Of Laeken by Public Transport

  • Subway 6 stop Bockstael.
  • Bus N18 stop Princesse Clementine.
  • Buses 53, 88, 89, 93 stop Bockstael.
  • Tram 93 stop Outre-ponts.

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  • Nice gothic church, probably whole weekend closed

  • Beautiful gothic architecture, its close so look from outside..

  • Impressive building, unique styles combination

  • Wonderful church

  • wow! impressive neogothic cathedral, you could spend ours looking at the facade.

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