The National Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic Minor Basilica and area church in Brussels, Belgium. The congregation was devoted to the Sacred Heart. The congregation is famously known as the Koekelberg Basilica.
The monstrous block and cement strengthened church highlights two thin towers and a green copper vault that ascents 89 meters 292 ft over the ground, commanding the northwestern horizon of Brussels.
This colossal building houses Catholic Church festivities in both principle Belgian national dialects Dutch and French, and in addition meetings, displays, an eatery, a Catholic radio station, a theater and two historical centers.