New church will be built in Brussels for first time in 35 years


A new church will be placed on the van Meyer square in the Brussels commune of Etterbeek.

The Brussels-Capital Region has awarded a building permit to the church wardens who own the plot of land where the church is to be built.

A neo-gothic church used to exist in that exact same place, but it was demolished in 1993 as it was in danger of collapsing.

The last time a new church was built in Brussels was in 1985.

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