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  • A Neo-Gothic basilica. Nine paintings depicting the legends of Dadizele, his tomb in the crypt and his possessions. A pilgrimage site. Walks around the basilica.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Onbevlekt Ontvangen

    8890 Dadizele (Moorslede)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church of Saint Bavo built in 1922-24 with miraculous statue of Our Lady.

    Sint-Bavo

    8840 Westrozebeke

    Closed

  • The largest rococo church in the country. Chapter house built (in Gobertange stone) with capital from the brewers in 1744-1750.<br>

    Sint-Gorgonius

    3320 Hoegaarden

    Closed

  • A charming church with a Baroque interior in a beautiful, pastoral environment.

    Saint-Jean l'Evangéliste

    4052 Beaufays (Chaudfontaine)

    Closed

  • A Neo-Gothic church (1911) containing numerous objects relating to the cult of the Virgin.

    Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes

    4860 Wegnez (Pepinster)

    Closed

  • Impressive pseudo-roman building located on a square that refers to the 9th-century origins of the church.

    Sint-Petrus-en-Urbanus

    9750 Huise-Zingem (Kruisem)

    Closed

  • Neogothic aisleless church from 1927 in castle village Schalkhoven.

    Sint-Brixius

    3732 Schalkhoven (Hoeselt)

    Closed

  • Rural church with a 12th century core, restored treasure of paintings and statues.

    Sint-Dionysius

    9270 Kalken (Laarne)

    Closed

  • Concrete construction by architects Leon Stijnen and Paul De Meyer in the shape of a truncated cone.

    Sint-Rita

    8530 Zandberg (Harelbeke)

    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

  • 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

  • Gothic church with some Romanesque features

    Sint-Martinus

    1730 Asse

    Closed

  • A church in local Demer gothic style with a unique art collection.

    Sint-Dimpna

    2440 Sint-Dimpna (Geel)

    Closed

  • Early Neo-Gothic church from 1853 with older interior elements that may call itself the highest situated church in East Flanders. "Bikechurch".<br><p><br></p>

    Sint-Martinus

    9500 Onkerzele (Geraardsbergen)

    Closed

  • A late Neo-Gothic 19th century church transformed by Van Assche into a totally Neo-Gothic work of art. Three amazingly beautiful silver reliquaries and a carillon.

    Sint-Bartholomeus

    9500 Geraardsbergen

    Closed

  • An 18th century Baroque church and tower with a carillon of 49 bells which was inaugurated by King Baudouin in 1956. Carillon concerts.

    Sint-Laurentius

    9160 Lokeren

    Closed

  • An ancient Romanesque tower rebuilt in Renaissance-Gothic style. Fonts (1574), Organs (1672), Pulpit (1739), historic reliquary (parchment 1145).

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    4650 Herve

    Closed

  • This cathedral is the oldest church in Bruges and has undergone numerous changes from 12th century Romanesque to Neo-Gothic style in the 19th century. Full of rich tombs, several chapels and other works .

    Sint-Salvator

    8000 Brugge

    Closed

  • A listed 13th century church with a Romanesque and Gothic interior restored and brilliant thanks to the use of white “Gobertange” stone.

    Saint Medard

    1370 Jodoigne

    Closed

  • Colourful church with 13th century tower which houses a bell from 1379, called “Little bomb”.

    Sint-Niklaas

    8630 Veurne

    Closed

  • An interesting Gothic church with some fine works inside.

    Saint-Martin

    7950 Chièvres

    Closed

  • A partially Romanesque church with some noteworthy 13th century statues. Listed as outstanding Wallonia patrimony.

    Saint-Jean l'Evangéliste

    4000 Liège

    Closed

  • A partly Romanesque church from the 12th century - neo gothic nave - imposing new 20th century furnishings.

    Sint-Petrus en Sint-Martinus

    9960 Assenede

    Closed

  • Neo-classical church (1780) towering over the village. Inside : beautiful woodwork in Louis XIV and Louis XV style ; listed organ.

    Notre-Dame de la Visitation

    1370 Mélin (Jodoigne)

    Closed

  • Romanesque and Gothic church with 65-metre tower, carillon (54 bells) and the oldest organ in the Low Countries.<br>

    Sint-Germanus

    3300 Tienen

    Closed

  • 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)

    Closed

  • Once the seat of two important brotherhoods - beautiful Ancien Régime furniture.

    Notre-Dame à la Croix

    7120 Croix-lez-Rouveroy (Estinnes)

    Closed

  • This remarkable building (1050) is the oldest Romanesque church in Belgium. An exceptionally valuable monument for its age and linear simplicity. Stained glass windows designed by Folon.

    Saint-Etienne

    6900 Waha (Marche-en-Famenne)

    Closed

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