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Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal, aka the Cathedral of Our Lady Peter Paul Rubens statue, a Flemish painter Construction began in 1352, but didn't open until 1521
Antwerp City Hall Various Antwerp guildhalls Grote Markt, aka the Great Market Square
Antwerp Grote Markt Antwerp architecture bordering the Grote Markt Antwerp City Hall, built in the 1560s
The Cathedral of Our Lady, seen from the Grote Markt Cathedral of Our Lady interior Sculpture inside the cathedral
Antwerp Cathedral of Our Lady stained glass Antwerp Cathedral of Our Lady stained glass Antwerp Cathedral of Our Lady stained glass
Looking up at the dome The Crucifixion Cathedral of Our Lady painting
404 ft to the top Skeleton sculpture Cathedral of Our Lady bell tower
Vleeshuis, the guildhall for the butchers Skinny Antwerp buildings Antwerp alleyway
Only photo I was going to risk walking through Antwerp's red light district Antwerp alleyway View from the bank of the Schelde
Vleeshuis, the guildhall for the butchers The masonry was designed to look like stacks of bacon Arbeid Vrijheid statue
Antwerpen Centraal, one of the cooler looking central train stations Antwerpen Centraal main hall Walking through downtown Antwerp
Statue of David Teniers, another Flemish artist Sculpture at St. Paul's Church Random severed hand
Het Steen, a medieval fortress that is the oldest building in Antwerp Statue of Lange Wapper, a mythological giant who terrorized Antwerp during medieval times. Pretty cool name. Het Steen was built in response to Viking raids in the early Middle Ages
Antwerp's Het Steen Vleeshuis peeking out between two buildings The Schelde, a river through Antwerp
Inside the walls of Het Steen Antwerp's St. Paul's Church St. Paul's Church interior
Antwerp main drag

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