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The St. Ursula’s Shrine (c. 1489) is Hans Memling’s triumph. It’s considered a masterpiece of Flemish Primitives painting. Meant to hold the remains of St. Ursula, it mimics a Gothic church, with the paintings acting as stained glass.

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