Oudenbosch Basilica is a Roman Catholic church located in Oudenbosch in the province of Noord-Brabant, Netherlands. The building was constructed between 1759 and 1787 and is a popular pilgrimage site. The imposing baroque building consists of a three-aisled transept and a three-aisled sanctuary. The central altar is decorated with a painting of the assumption of Maria and the high alter is devoted to St. Sebastian. The church's main entrance is surrounded by two towers, each containing a bell. Inside, seventeen side chapels line the walls of the main nave, each containing a painting or sculpture. The stained-glass windows and the church's rich decoration are highlights for visitors, as well as its high altar and elaborate choir stalls. The bells in its high towers can be heard from miles away. It is well worth the visit for those seeking spiritual retreat and those who appreciate its beauty.
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