This gallery is located in an impressive building, located in south Antwerp, was built by the architects J. Winders and F. ... More
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen (KMSKA)
This gallery is located in an impressive building, located in south Antwerp, was built by the architects J. Winders and F. Van Dyck between 1884 and 1890. Recently, the authorities restored and improved the entrance hall and added a bookshop and cafetaria. The permanent collection of this gallery has paintings by the Flemish masters including Van Eyck, Memling, Breughel, Permeke, Delvaux and Rubens en Jordaens.
Rubens is by far the most important painter who ever lived in Antwerp. His house at Wapper Square is now
a museum housing many of his paintings. In addition, every year on August 15th, Antwerp recreates the atmosphere of ...
Vlaeykensgang is a small network of narrow streets and alleys in the oldest part of the city. Dating back to
the sixteenth century, the buildings and alleys evoke a medieval but warm atmosphere where you can enjoy a pleasant ...
Antwerp is the world's largest center for the trading of diamonds. Diamond cutting has traditionally been a major activity in
Antwerp for more than 500 years. The permanent exhibition takes you through the various production stages — from mining ...