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

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van Leliëndaal

    2800 Mechelen

    Closed

  • Chapel from 1538 - pilgrimage site to the Virgin.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van de Ossenweg

    3440 Ossenweg (Zoutleeuw)

    08.00 - 19.00 Open

  • 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)

    09.00 - 18.00 Open

  • Baroque church, impressive for the profusion of its decoration.<br>

    Heilige Johannes de Doper en O-L-V ten Hemel opgenomen

    3271 Averbode (Scherpenheuvel-Zichem)

    07.00 - 12.30 | 13.30 - 19.00 Open

  • Stately collegiate church that stems from the 13th century with a breathtaking interior.

    Sint-Pieter

    2300 Turnhout

    Closed

  • Classical-style former abbey church.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Vlierbeek

    3010 Kessel-Lo (Leuven)

    Closed

  • Beautiful listed church with two towers, one square, the other round. Warm interior.

    Saint-Martin

    6110 Montigny-le-Tilleul

    08.00 - 19.00 Open

  • Saint-Géry

    7190 Marche-lez-Ecaussinnes (Ecaussinnes)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church (1921) with a second tower dating from the 17th century - Neo-Gothic furnishing - miraculous cross.

    Sint-Willibrordus

    8430 Middelkerke

    Closed

  • A Neo-Romanesque church from 1953-1954 dedicated to Lutgarde born in Tongeren and the patron saint of the Flemish movement.

    Sint-Lutgardis

    3700 Tongeren

    Closed

  • An 9th century Carlovingian Church in Romanesque style with several 8th century sarcophagi in the crypt.

    Saint-Ursmer

    6540 Lobbes

    09.00 - 18.00 Open

  • Sober and luminous Gothic church (16th century) of the former convent of the Récollets.

    Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas

    1400 Nivelles

    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)

    08.30 - 18.00 Open

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

    Sint-Walburga

    9700 Oudenaarde

    14.00 - 17.30 Open

  • Surrounded by the cemetery and completed in 1867, St. Roch's Chapel is a building in flake-stone (probably Ottré's) and bluestone, in an eclectic style, typical of the Belgian monumental style of the XIXth century.

    Saint-Roch

    6982 Maboge (La Roche-en-Ardenne)

    10.00 - 18.00 Open

  • Protected, late Gothic church with a rich interior and old crypt.

    Sint-Martinus

    3090 Overijse

    Closed

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

    Saint-Nicolas de Myre

    7850 Enghien

    Closed

  • Church which was destroyed twice by war. Monumental interior including a neo-Gothic altarpiece from the former chapel of the St. Jan Berchmans’ College in Antwerp.

    Sint-Laurentius

    9060 Zelzate

    Closed

  • Restored parish church of Our Lady (1922) with furniture manufactured by the art technical school of Maredsous.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    8433 Mannekensvere (Middelkerke)

    Closed

  • A chapel (1854) inspired by the first Christian churches with a unique cupola. An ancient pilgrimage site. <br>

    Allerheiligen

    3290 Diest

    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)

    09.00 - 18.00 Open

  • A covered market style church (1290-1490) flanked by a 70 metre tower. Inside interesting rococo wood carvings from 17th to 19th centuries and numerous paintings.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    8970 Poperinge

    Closed

  • Church in eclectic style, rebuilt in 1924 after its total destruction during the war of 1914-1918.

    Sint-Margaretha

    8980 Geluveld (Zonnebeke)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church with Romanesque, Gothic and modern elements. Roof covered with red Pottelberg tiles.

    Sint-Martinus

    3600 Genk

    Closed

  • Gothic church with some Romanesque features

    Sint-Martinus

    1730 Asse

    Closed

  • A newly restored 17th century church in local stone with a beautiful stucco ceiling.

    Saints-Pierre-et-Paul

    6960 Dochamps (Manhay)

    10.00 - 18.00 Open

  • Neo-gothic Hall church dedicated to the worship of the Holy Cross, rescued from the sea.

    Heilige Kruisverheffing

    8420 Wenduine (De Haan)

    Closed

  • A Gothic (1500) church,frequently modified,replaced a small Romanesque one whose foundations are visible. Damaged during WW1, it was redecorated by local artists, the organ restored and stained glass windows replaced.

    HH. Amandus en Blasius

    8790 Waregem

    07.00 - 19.00 Open

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