5 Sights in Schaerbeek - Schaarbeek, Belgium (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Schaerbeek - Schaarbeek, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Schaerbeek - Schaarbeek, Belgium.

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1. Sint-Martinuskerk

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The Sint-Martinuskerk is a church building in the center of the Belgian municipality of Zaventem that serves as a parish church. The church is located on the Kerkplein and is dedicated to Martinus van Tours that is often called Sint-Maarten. The structure dates from 1567. Originally the Sint-Martinus church was a typical basilical Romanesque church with three beeches, an Eastern tower and an apse. In the 16th century she was converted into a Gothic building and in the 19th century the church was enlarged.

Wikipedia (NL), Heritage Website

2. Sint-Barbarakerk - Église Sainte-Barbe

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Santa Barbara Church is a neo-Gothic Orthodox building located on the Duchess of Brabant Square in Molenbeek-Saint Jean in Brussels. Built in the second half of the 19th century, this small church is a Catholic place of worship. Most recently, it was commissioned to the Romanian Orthodox Church and made it one of their parishes. The monument has been listed as a Belgian national heritage since 1998.

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3. Léon Frederic (1856-1940)

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Léon Frederic (1856-1940) Léon Frédéric / Public domain

Léon-Henri-Marie Frédéric was a Belgian Symbolist painter. His earliest paintings joined Christian mysticism with pantheistic themes, while his later works increasingly reflected social concerns. Much of his work also shows the influence of fifteenth and sixteenth century Flemish art and Renaissance painting styles.

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4. Archief en Museum voor het Vlaams Leven te Brussel

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Archief en Museum voor het Vlaams Leven te Brussel Archief en Museum voor het Vlaams Leven te Brussel / Public domain

The Archive and Museum of the Flemish Life in Brussels, abbreviated AMVB, was founded in 1977. It is a pluralistic archive institution within the Brussels -Capital Region that acquires, investigates, investigates and in opens. The AMvB is located on the Arduinkaai in the center of Brussels.

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5. Église Notre-Dame du Finistère - Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Finisterraekerk

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Founded in the 18th century, the Church of Notre Dame of Finistale is a parish church in New Street, Brussels. Because the area is very busy, the church frequents passers-by and tourists, who seek peace, quiet and a little rest there.

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