This remarkable church was designed by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh. Along a bike path in the town of Borgloon he built a construction out of 30 tonnes of steel and 2000 columns, back in 2011. It’s built on a concrete foundation. It was named Reading Between the Lines. The reason for this is simple: it’s wonderful to see the light fall between the columns of the building. It’s especially impressive at sunset.

Kerk bij Borgloon
The remarkable artwork in Borgloon. Jacqueline Maschino
Kerk bij Borgloon
Inside of the church. Jacqueline Maschino

How do I get there?

You can find Reading Between the Lines in the Belgian town of Borgloon.

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