St. Peter’s Church: It is one of the best Gothic buildings in Belgium, located in Grote Markt Square, the main square in the city, and is characterized by the distinctive Gothic character, and the church contains many great treasures and sculptures such as the Baroque miniature sculpted beautifully in 1742, and the play was transformed To the Museum of Religious Art, which contains many artistic paintings such as the painting of the Last Supper by the artist Dirk Pot, which he drew from 1464 to 1468, and many paintings that represent betrayal of Judah, sacred offerings, etc., and the church is considered one of the most important shrines in Belgium.

– City Hall: It is considered one of the most distinctive monuments in the city, where the main facade is adorned with three rows of sculptures, in addition to the side facades that display about 236 characters. More prominent figures were added in the city in the nineteenth century, and it is considered one of the wonderful artistic places Especially the Majlis hall, which is a Gothic hall with a carved ceiling dating back to the fifteenth century AD, and the small Gothic hall contains a decorated and decorated wooden ceiling.

Namestrat Building: It is located to the right of the city hall, which includes many university buildings, whether on this street or nearby, and the funded college buildings that were established in the fifteenth century AD, such as the King’s College (Koningskolij) founded by Philip II in 1579, the Primonstratransian College which was founded in 1571, and the Arras College which was founded in 1508. It also houses the Church of St. Michael that was built between 1650 to 1666, and which is considered one of the masterpieces of Baroque art that was built by William Hessius, and the church is considered one One of the coolest architectural works in the city.

– The old market: The old market is located near Namsestrat, which is an old square in the city that was the center of the city of Leuven which is a bustling square always crowded especially in summer evenings, and it contained historical brick houses, which were burned in 1914, and were rebuilt in a way Beautiful, it also contains many cafes and restaurants, and a distinct bronze statue, and on the south side of the square lies the Holy Trinity College with its distinctive Baroque façade dating back to the year 1657.

– Beginhof region: It is considered one of the beautiful areas in the city, and it was called Beginhof, as this place where hundreds of linguists lived a simple life resembling a nun, and this region is considered the most charming in the city, and includes a romantic complex established in the thirteenth century, also includes more than 1000 houses and churches, and it contained a hospital and a farm. In the eighteenth century, houses were renovated, but when the French Revolution took place, life temporarily stopped, and in 1962 the site was purchased by the university and student dormitories and lecture halls were established, and only one hut remained furnished as it was even after another died. Begin in 1988, the place also houses the Gothic Church, which was built in the thirteenth century AD.

Abbey Park: located in the southeast of Louvain, which is a quiet park, founded by the bearded Gottfried in 1129, and most of the buildings in the park return to the period between the sixteenth century to the eighteenth century, and the park can be accessed through a portal Large, the place contains an old windmill, a brillette house, and lots of wonderful trees and plants, and the local Medea people spend many times in this park.

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