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  • The first mention of the church of Beausaint dates back to the 15th century.

    Saint-Pierre

    6980 Beausaint (La Roche-en-Ardenne)

    Closed

  • Limestone church dating from the early 18th century, with stalls from the former Saint-Gérard abbey.

    Saint-Léger

    5522 Falaën (Onhaye)

    Closed

  • A basilica pilgrimage site with a bulbous belfry in Romanesque and Gothic style. A 10th century statue of the Virgin. Processions and marches from the Entre- Sambre-et-Meuse.

    Notre-Dame

    5650 Walcourt

    Closed

  • A Brabant style Gothic building. Interesting furnishings. Noteworthy XVI century altar piece from Antwerp.

    Saint-Nicolas de Myre

    7850 Enghien

    Closed

  • A neo-Romanesque church with fine ceramics.

    Saint-Joseph

    7100 La Louvière

    Closed

  • A Gothic and neo- Classical style church (13th and 19th centuries). Fine interior.

    Saint-Julien

    7800 Ath

    Closed

  • The Neo-Gothic church of Saint Lawrence in the village of Westende-rebuilt in 1922 after its destruction in WWI

    Sint-Laurentius

    8434 Westende (Middelkerke)

    Closed

  • Imposing neo-Gothic church (1913) at the mouth of the Lesse and the Meuse.<p><br></p>

    Sainte-Anne

    5500 Anseremme (Dinant)

    Closed

  • Church with an old and a new part, nicely located on a hill along the road Tienen - Aarschot.

    Sint-Jan-Baptist

    3211 Binkom (Lubbeek)

    Closed

  • Gothic church nicknamed "the cathedral of the North" because of its remarkable architecture and the impressive richness of its interior.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Hemelvaart

    9988 Watervliet (Sint-Laureins)

    Closed

  • A neo-classical building with a Romanesque tower (12th century). The relics of Saint Lutgarde and the statue of Saint Rose of Lima make it a place of pilgrimage more than a hundred years old.

    Saint-Etienne

    4400 Les Awirs (Flémalle)

    Closed

  • An atypical church mixing Gothic styles from Tournai and Brabant. Richly decorated interior with silver-ware and tapestries from Oudenard.

    Sint-Walburga

    9700 Oudenaarde

    Closed

  • A charming, listed, Romanesque and part Gothic church. Fine interior.

    Saint-Martin

    7060 Horrues (Soignies)

    Closed

  • Church and village center with an interesting story, recently upgraded.

    Sint-Eligius

    9080 Zeveneken (Lochristi)

    Closed

  • Modern church with a new and an old tower, dedicated to rite and culture.

    Heilige Margareta

    8300 Knokke-Heist

    Closed

  • A modern church in the shape of a scallop shell replacing the Chapel Sainte Anne. A place of pilgrimage since 1330. Ideal for concerts. Stained glass windows and fine walks along the Scheldt.

    Sint-Anna-ten-Drieën

    2050 Antwerpen-Linkeroever

    Closed

  • Old pilgrimage church with Roman tower and Gothic choir. Gothic sculpture treasure.

    Maria Hemelvaart

    3020 Winksele (Herent)

    Closed

  • Remarkable witness of the first Romanesque architecture in our regions. Its uncluttered atmosphere and harmonious proportions immerse the visitor in history and contemplation.

    Saint-Remacle

    4560 Ocquier (Clavier)

    Closed

  • A monumental Gothic cathedral with a breathtaking interior, radiating virility.<br>

    Sint-Rombout

    2800 Mechelen

    Closed

  • This schist and rubble chapel, built in 1627, is set in bucolic surroundings.<br>

    Saint-Hubert

    6983 Herlinval (La Roche-en-Ardenne)

    Closed

  • 17th Century baroc convent church, became a Jesuit church in 1901.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Leliëndaal

    2800 Mechelen

    Closed

  • Semi classical church (1769) containing two noteworthy reliquaries.

    Saint-Martin

    7110 Strépy-Bracquegnies (La Louvière)

    Closed

  • Modern church housing the shrine of Saint Julie Billiart. The Heritage Centre presents the life and spirituality of the saint, as well as the history of the Sisters of Notre-Dame.

    Sainte-Julie

    5000 Namur

    Closed

  • A classical 18th century church close to the convent with a strange turret. A statue of Saint James with his pilgrim's staff and wide brimmed hat.

    Sint-Jacobus

    3800 Sint-Truiden

    Closed

  • The parish church ‘Sacred Heart’ was consecrated in 1905. The spire dates from 1913. In 1951, the spire was restored from war damage. The furniture is in neo-Gothic style. <br><br><br>

    Heilig Hart

    9940 Belzele (Evergem)

    Closed

  • Gothic church in ferruginous sandstone. Unfinished white stone west tower. Triptychs and altarpiece from the 16th and 17th centuries. Tomb of Prince Philippe Guillaume.<br>

    Sint-Sulpitius

    3290 Diest

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic brick building with oak interior features and two memorial stones.

    Sint-Mattheus

    9630 Munkzwalm (Zwalm)

    Closed

  • 15th-century hall church in a small village in the Bever valley.

    Sint-Amandus

    9404 Aspelare (Ninove)

    Closed

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