Description – The gate of Saint Bernard was named for the Saint Bernard road that connected Antwerp with Hemiksem. It was part of the Grote Omwalling (city defensive wall) to the southeast. The gate was part of the front 11-12. To the east one finds the Saint Michiels Gate and the Spoorweg gate to the west.
Construction & Armament – This monumental gate was built using bricks and earth works. The Grote Omwalling entails two defensive moats and intervals called saillants.
Current condition – All remnants of the Saint Bernard gate have been demolished in 1931 (?). Later the construction of the Antwerp ring road erased most traces as the southern ringway/motorway junction was built on this site.
Sources – Own elaboration; Gils, R. ;