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  • Sint-Andriesstraat 7 Map It
  • Sint-Andrieskwartier
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 09/09/2015

Fodor's Review

This late-Gothic church dedicated to St. Andrew dates from 1514 but reflects substantial Baroque influences from its extension during the 18th century. The church is notable for the magnificence of its Baroque high altar, stained-glass windows, and columns. Its most striking feature is the pulpit depicting Peter and his brother Andrew, created by Jan-Baptist Van Hoof and Jan-Frans Van Geel in 1821. The church is closed to visitors during services; guided tours are offered on Sundays at 3 pm between May 1 and the end of September (no reservation required).

Sight Information


Sint-Andriesstraat 7, Antwerp, 2000, Belgium

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Sight Details:

  • Free
  • Jan.–Dec., Mon., Wed., Fri. 9–noon; Apr. 1–Oct. 31 daily 2–5

Published 09/09/2015


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