The Church of Our Lady is located in Bruges, Belgium and dates predominantly from the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth hundreds of years. Its pinnacle, at 115 meters in tallness, remains the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest brickwork tower on the planet.
The congregation shows a profitable workmanship accumulation: Michelangelo's reality celebrated Madonna and Child, innumerable artistic creations, thirteenth century painted mausoleums and the tombs of Mary of Burgundy and Charles the Bold.
The Church with its 122-meter block steeple commands the horizon of the city and it is actually the 'high spot' of the stonemason's craft in medieval Bruges. It took two centuries thirteenth fifteenth to manufacture the congregation. Among the numerous expressions, treasures is a lovely Carrara marble Madonna and Child form by Michelangelo.