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Visiting the archaeological site & ticket prices for tourist visit

Winter season: tourist visit & crypt and the archaeological site

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Baroque pearl in a Gothic architecture

The Antwerp church of Saint-Paul’s is located in the old city, a stone’s throw from the river Scheldt, in the district where the sailors used to live. The church was built in the 16th century as a Dominican monastery church.

It is a late Gothic church at the Veemarkt in Antwerp, the heart of the sailors’ district. After an eventful history, the church has a particularly valuable art heritage. It is dedicated to the apostle Paul and depends on the diocese of Antwerp.

The site that you can visit includes a church with cloisters, a blissful Lourdes garden next to the monastery ruins and a unique Calvary garden with more than 60 statues.

Sunday the 30th of October at 3 PM (church closed for tourist visit)

Violinist Eliot Lawson & symphony in concert

gepost op: 22 October 2022

Eliot Lawson (°1978) was selected at the age of 11 by the famous Sir Yehudi Menuhin. This year he was appointed professor of violin at the École Supérieure des Arts in Mons. To celebrate this,…

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25th of September – Church closed for tourist visits

gepost op: 23 September 2022

On Sunday, September 25, the church will be exceptionally closed for tourist visits.

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Parish & Liturgy 4 December 2022 | 10:30

Sunday mass

Eucharist, led by the Dominicans, musically accompanied by organist Bart Rodyns

Parish & Liturgy 11 December 2022 | 10:30

Sunday mass

Eucharist, led by the Dominicans, musically accompanied by organist Bart Rodyns

Parish & Liturgy 18 December 2022 | 10:30

Sunday mass

Eucharist, led by the Dominicans, musically accompanied by organist Bart Rodyns

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