Church of Our Lady of Dendermonde
This 13C-14C church, with an octagonal tower above the transept crossing, is a blend of Gothic, Brabantine and Scaldian styles. The interior has fine works of art. Note, in the right-hand aisle, a Romanesque baptismal font and, near to it, two paintings by Van Dyck: a Calvary and Adoration of the Shepherds. Frescoes from the 15C and 17C can be seen in left arm of the transept and the chancel.
Address:Kerkstraat, 9200 Dendermonde
Apr-Jun and Sep: weekends and Bank Hols 2pm-4.45pm; Jul-Aug: Tue-Fri 2pm-4.45pm, weekends and Bank Hols 2pm-4.45pm