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> As a native speaker, I have never heard anyone refer to a cathedral as
> "hoofdkerk". The word is "kathedraal". "Main Church" is a better translation of
> hoofdkerk. But perhaps it's Flemish usage? Do we have any native speakers from
> the Southern Low Countries on the list?

I am working with a translation that renders "hoofdkerk" as "cathedral", and as you 
say, I don't think it's right.  The church in question is that of St. Pierre in Louvain.
Cheers,
Jim Bugslag

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