St. Rumbold's Cathedral was built in the thirteenth century and is the main church of the Archdiocese of Malines-Brussels. From the outset, it is larger and more impressive than any other parish church. The church grew into one of the eye-catchers of the city of Malines.
The inside of the cathedral is breathtaking. You can admire the painting 'Christ on the cross' by Antoon van Dyck, as well as other works by Michel Coxcie, Gaspard de Crayer and Abraham Janssens. The eye-catcher in the church is the high altar by Lucas Faydherbe from 1665.
The St Rumbold's tower offers you a total experience: both the skywalk on the 97m high Tower and the climb to it guarantee a unique experience.
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