Antwerp Cathedral: Interior, nave looking towards altar, pulpit on the right
The largest church in Benelux and an important example of Brabantine Gothic architecture. Antwerp Cathedral also shelters four magnificent Rubens altarpieces. It has a three-bay choir with an ambulatory and five radiating chapels, a narrow transept of shallow projection and a nave with double aisles and side chapels, which is seven bays long including the façade block. There are a central lantern tower and two west towers. The church's one finished (north)spire is 123 metres (404 ft) high, the highest church tower in the Benelux.