8 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 8 sights are available in Schaerbeek - Schaarbeek, Belgium.

List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Schaerbeek - Schaarbeek

1. Église royale Sainte-Marie - Koninklijke Sint-Mariakerk

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St Mary's Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Queen's Square in Schalbeck, Belgium. Built in the 19th century and in Roman-Byzantine style, the church sits on the "royal route" from the royal residence in Leken to the royal palace in Brussels. It was officially dedicated to the ascension of the Virgin Mary, often associated with Belgium's first queen, Louise-Marie de Orleans, which earned it the title of "Royal".

Wikipedia: Église royale Sainte-Marie (FR)

2. Brussels City Museum

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The Brussels City Museum is a municipal museum on the Grand-Place/Grote Markt of Brussels, Belgium. Conceived in 1860 and inaugurated in 1887, it is dedicated to the history and folklore of the City of Brussels from its foundation into modern times, which it presents through paintings, sculptures, tapestries, engravings, photos and models, including a notable scale-representation of the town during the Middle Ages.

Wikipedia: Brussels City Museum (EN)

3. Saint Michael and Gudula Cathedral

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The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, usually shortened to the Cathedral of St. Gudula or St. Gudula by locals, is a medieval Roman Catholic cathedral in central Brussels, Belgium. It is dedicated to Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, the patron saints of the City of Brussels, and is considered to be one of the finest examples of Brabantine Gothic architecture.

Wikipedia: Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula (EN)

4. Jeanneke Pis

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Jeanneke Pis is a modern fountain sculpture in central Brussels, Belgium. It was commissioned by Denis-Adrien Debouvrie in 1985 and erected in 1987 as a counterpoint to the city's famous Manneken Pis. The 50-centimetre (20 in) bronze statue depicts a little girl with short pigtails, squatting and urinating on a blue-grey limestone base.

Wikipedia: Jeanneke Pis (EN)

5. Théâtre Royal des Galeries

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The Théâtre royal des Galeries is a theatre in central Brussels, Belgium, subsidised by the French Community of Belgium. It opened in 1847 and has continuously hosted theatrical activities ever since. It is located in the Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries and can be accessed from Brussels Central Station.

Wikipedia: Théâtre Royal des Galeries (EN)

6. Église Saint-Nicolas - Sint-Niklaaskerk

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St. Nicholas Church in Brussels, built around 1125, is one of the earliest four churches in Brussels, Belgium, and it is also the best preserved church in all previous developments. It is close to the Exchange House and is often called the St Nicolas de la Exchange.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Nicolas (Bruxelles) (FR)

7. Galerie du Roi - Koningsgalerij

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The Galerie du Roi in Brussels is part of the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert built by architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar and extends from Rue des Bouchers to Rue d'Arenberg. It houses the Théâtre royal des Galeries.

Wikipedia: Galerie du Roi (FR)

8. Belgian Museum of Freemasonry

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The Belgian Freemasonry Museum is a museum in Brussels. It was founded in 1985 and subsequently closed and reopened in 2011. The purpose of the museum is to make the public more familiar with Freemasons.

Wikipedia: Belgisch Museum van de Vrijmetselarij (NL)

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