Antwerp Sights


  • Lange Nieuwstraat 73-75 Map It
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Published 09/09/2015

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Peter Paul Rubens is buried in the white sandstone St. Jacob's Church. A painting depicting him as St. George posed between his two wives, Isabella Brant and Helena Fourment, hangs above his tomb. The three-aisle church blends late-Gothic and Baroque styles; the tombs are a who's who of prominent 17th-century Antwerp families. A notable visitor (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) allegedly played the organ here during his 1727 stay in the city.

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Lange Nieuwstraat 73-75, Antwerp, 2000, Belgium

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  • €2
  • Apr.–Oct., weekdays 2–5

Published 09/09/2015


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