The Sint-Pieters-Leeuw Tower (Sint-Pieterstoren) is a landmark of the earlier period. The construction is mostly known under nickname of “caster”. The tower is the only element of the church built in the 15th century which has survived till nowadays. The most remarkable fact about the church is that in the course of five hundred years of history the tower has not changed and still appears in its initial look. In the course of its long history the tower has not been restored or reconstructed in any scale way.
Considering religious landmarks and sights of the city of Oostende, the Capuchin Monastery Church (Kapucijnenkerk) is a must visit place. The church was established in the beginning of the 17th century. The building of the landmark features unique architectural style. The exploration of the architectural sights of the city of Oostende can be added with a tour to the Spanish House (Spaans huisje). The house was built in 1741 and is now the oldest building on the territory of the city.
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