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Belgium Reading Between the Lines

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Designed by Belgian architect duo Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, this “church” is built out of 30 tons of horizontal steel beams and 2000 columns on top of a base of armed concrete.

It’s designed in such a way as to be transparent when viewed from different angles, and because of the spacing of the columns and beams it continues to morph into a different piece of art as you walk around it.

It has been called "Reading Between the Lines", and as it serves more of an artistic purpose than a functional one (nobody will be holding a church service in there any time soon, we assume), it represents a beautiful intersection of art and architecture — which all the best architecture does.

Photography Tips

This is a very nice spot during all seasons.

Travel Information

Parking is possible on the mainroad, about 3 minutes walking.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Sunrise during spring
Sunrise & Sunset 08:23 - 16:36 | current local time: 00:42
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Spot Comments (3)

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Shui Ling Chu
Shui Ling Chu 23.04.2020
Interesting composition!
Peter Luxem
Peter Luxem 21.06.2015
It's on my todo list for a long time... Beautiful done
Yvonne Thiel
Yvonne Thiel 29.04.2015
Wow, this is beautiful Monique!!

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Thank you Monique Bogaerts for creating this photo spot in Belgium and Wallophoto, Isabelle Vansteen for improving it with additional photos or content.
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