Set in the centre of Ghent. This church is very surprising inside. It has clean lines. It is spacious and very light due to the nearly full height windows. It is worth a visit.
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Many times I pass this beautiful church, and you can see they are working on it. But this for many years. Sometimes open to organizers of book markets and other events, but no indication what future brings, if there are steady opening times... A pity
The back half of this massive church has been cut off from the part that is still used as a church. On the Sunday we were there there was a book fair in this part. However, the church itself is rather lovely, great art, nice...More
Unlike St. Baavo's, you won't be thrown out on you tush for using a camera in St. Nick's. It's nowhere near as spacious (there's no crypt below), but the sculptures, artwork, and stained glass on display here are equally awe-inspiring and worth seeing.
We visited the Church on our Tour and really enjoyed the history and the sights from the tower. Impressive
The exhibition part contained a craft fair when we were there, and we gathered that this was not uncommon. The church section is a peaceful oasis in the middle of the busy city.
It was initially closed when I first attempted to visit it and could not locate its entrance door. After my boat tour, I came back and this time, it was opened. I said my prayers and then took pictures of the beautiful altars, statutes, stained...More
Enjoyed going around this church, ore like a cathedral. Large interior with many painting and interesting columns. Worth a visit
I really enjoyed visiting this fantastic church with its wonderful interior and inspiring ambiente. It is indispensable to have it visited when being in Gent.