- This imposing cathedral is the location for Belgium's royal weddings and funerals. Its construction started in the 13th century and was completed two centuries later. Various chapels were added during the 16th and 17th centuries. Visitors to the cathedral are bound to be impressed by its monumental example of Brabant gothic architecture. Outside, two awe-inspiring towers attract attention, while inside it is hard not to admire the intricate stained-glass windows. You can also visit the remnants of the 10th-century Romanesque church, on top of which the cathedral was built. Concerts featuring religious or classical music are regularly held here.
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