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St Martins Cathedral
St Maartens-kathedraal is a superb copy of the 13th century Gothic styled structure reconstructed after the First World War. There is the grave of the named heretic Jansenius, a bishop from 1635, a stunning side altar that depicts the siege of 1383 and a tower that is 100 metres high. On the north side of the cathedral is the cloister gallery.
St Georges Memorial Church
A living memorial to those men who fought in this area in the First World War, the church was built in 1929, under instruction from Field Marshal Sir John French, the first Earl of Ypres, commander of the British army in 1914. A rather sad and moving atmosphere engulfs the building but it is definitely somewhere worth visiting.