Leuven: Attractions and more...
Grote Markt and The Oude Markt are lined with cobbled streets and beautiful buildings with medieval architecture. There are also numerous pubs, bars and cafes along the streets. Owing to the vast student population, these are excellent hubs for evening and late night entertainment.
Stadhuis is one of the most awe-inspiring buildings of Belgium. Constructed in the fifteenth century, it is a late Gothic masterpiece with narrow spires and ornately carved stonework.
St. Peters Church, with the famous fifteenth century painting of Dirk Bouts ‘The Last Supper’, St. Michael’s Church and the town hall are the other significant historic structures of the city.
The City Library at the Monseigneur Ladeuzeplein is a stunning building in Flemish Renaissance. Kessel-Lo Provincial Park is an educational centre cum playground with numerous recreational and sporting options.
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One can visit the Grote Market which is a large market square and the St. Rumbold’s Cathedral. The Jewish Museum of Deportation and the resistance and the animal park...
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Also in architecture in Brussels you can find a mixture of different styles.
Near the gothic cathedrals and churches you will observe some classical building
facades but also...