Construction on St. James Church in Antwerp, Belgium began in 1476 and wasn't completed for another 180 years. Over the generations, it would become the burial site for many of the area's notable residents including Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens.
The church was constructed in Gothic style with a Baroque interior and is famous for having one of the largest working tower clocks in the world.
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