The University area in Leuven, Belgium

The most important tourist attraction is undoubtedly the Great Beguinage (13th century), nowadays a student residential area, after the purchase, in 1962, and the restoration by the University. Only the name of this specific religious order has survived, since the last beguine died in 1988.

However, the University Parish attends to the religious services on behalf of the university community in John the Baptist’s Church built during the 14th and the 15th century.

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