Basilica of the Holy Blood
It consists of a XII century Romanesque crypt of the Chapel of St. Basil, on the ground floor, and a Gothic chapel dating from 1480, the basilica itself, on the floor. Subsequently, the building has been redesigned several times, as shown by its Renaissance facade. You get to the upper chapel by a staircase from 1530 that reveals the relics of Holy Blood, reduced by Thierry d'Alsace, Count of Flanders, held here since 1150. The shrine of the Holy Blood, religious dress and paintings are exhibited in the museum adjoining the basilica. Visit: The shrine of the Holy Blood in gold and silver gilt, filled with statues and precious stones.