Notre-Dame du Finistère (Rue Neuve 76, 1000 BruSSELS) | 20.6 19:30
The present church of Notre-Dame de Finistère was built in the first quarter of the 18th century. It was the last church in Brussels to be built in the Baroque style. Yet it shows some elements of the neoclassical tendency prevalent in the last third of the century, especially in the lower part of the main façade (the upper part was not completed until the 19th century). The organ, built by the organ builder Hippolyte Loret in 1856, was modified several times, and then silenced due to water damage during a fire in the bell tower in 1970. Its restoration was entrusted to the Thomas factory and expert Jean Ferrard.