It is sometimes hard to find this church open for visitors, but well worth the stop if you can. Often, there are tours in English. I have been several times and always learn something new. Rubens is buried here, since his second wife insisted, even though he didn't really care for the architecture and had been much more instrumental in designing St Carolinius and even the Kathedral artwork.
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