Saint Paul's Church (Sint-Pauluskerk
) is a magnificent Baroque church with beautiful wood carvings, altars and paintings, including some by Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens.
The first small church here was dedicated in 1276, but the Baroque church was built during the 16th century. In 1968, a disastrous fire destroyed the whole complex and a new roof was only put 20 years later.
The organ is considered to be one of the top ten historical organs in Europe. Sculptures abound, but my favourite were the wood carvings. Outside there is a lovely sculpture garden.
Visiting hours: 1st May - 30th Sept., Mon.-Sun., 14-17 h