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  • A chapel (1854) inspired by the first Christian churches with a unique cupola. An ancient pilgrimage site. An annual march and celebration the 1st November.

    Allerheiligen

    3290 Diest

    Closed

  • Neo-Romanesque church rebuilt after the destruction of the old 11th and 16th century churches.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    8950 Nieuwkerke (Heuvelland)

    Closed

  • First mentioned in 1170- later transformations -restoration of Romanesque baptismal fonts.

    Sint-Laurentius

    8210 Zedelgem

    Closed

  • A Baroque church with a profusion of fine works: pulpit, altars,long choir with 72 stalls, main altar decorated with the Assumption, a painting by De Crayer. A Calvary in the park.

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

    3271 Averbode (Scherpenheuvel-Zichem)

    Closed

  • A neo-Romanesque church (1866-1868) - tower improved after its destruction in WWII - way of the cross - tapestries.

    Heilig Kruis

    9961 Boekhoute (Assenede)

    Closed

  • Neo-gothic church containing remnants of an older church (12th-13th century).

    Sint-Cornelius

    9880 Aalter

    Closed

  • Small church in the village of Sart in a rural environment.

    Saints-Joseph-et-Martin

    1457 Sart-Walhain (Walhain)

    Closed

  • Neoclassical church in Evergem with a war memorial at the pleasant village square

    Sint-Christoffel

    9940 Evergem

    Closed

  • Sint-Martinus

    3600 Genk

    Closed

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

    Sint-Bavo

    8840 Westrozebeke

    Closed

  • Saint Luke's Neo-Gothic treasure with a west tower nearly 100m high. Vestiges of the old church discovered in 2005.

    Sint-Vincentius

    9900 Eeklo

    Closed

  • A fine neo-classical 18th century church.- quality furnishings.

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    7110 Houdeng-Aimeries (La Louvière)

    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

  • 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

  • A Neo-Romanesque church with rich interior statuary.

    Notre-Dame du Rosaire

    6790 Aubange

    Closed

  • A richly decorated Neo-Gotic church - Statue of the Virgin from Spain with a fine embroidered mantle - Small chapel that host music recitals within the walls of the Saint-Elisabeth hospital

    Sint-Joris

    2000 Antwerpen

    Closed

  • One of the most beautiful Baroque interiors in the country, attached to the abbey of the Norbertines in one of the more pleasurable districts of Flemisch Brabants.

    Sint-Servaas

    1850 Grimbergen

    Closed

  • A conventional church with vestiges of the Romanesque martyr's chapel for Saint Lievin. An annual pilgrimage to this saint, dating from the Middle Ages, starts from Saint-Bavon, Ghent.

    Sint-Michaël

    9520 Sint-Lievens-Houtem

    Closed

  • A Neo-Gothic church with items recalling Saint Feuillien and the family of the princes of Croy.

    Saint-Nicolas

    7070 Le Roeulx

    Closed

  • Neoclassical church with Romanesque tower and ancient cemetery

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Bezoeking

    3803 Wilderen (Sint-Truiden)

    Closed

  • Village entirely rebuilt after the first world war- the church is the symbol of this renaissance after the suffering and destruction of war.

    Sint-Medardus

    8953 Wijtschate (Heuvelland)

    Closed

  • A large bright, Gothic cathedral (13th century) containing very beautiful works of art, notably of Jean Del Cour.

    Saint-Paul

    4000 Liège

    Closed

  • A 13th century church with mural paintings.

    Saint-Jacques

    7500 Tournai

    Closed

  • Rich 17th century baroque church in the beguinage of Malines, recognized by UNESCO as a unique world heritage.

    Sint-Alexius-en-Catharina

    2800 Mechelen

    Closed

  • A Baroque abbey church (1629-1722) dominating Saint Peter's Square. A huge interior with a noteworthy collection of 17th and 18th century art. An organ by Van Peterghem (1847).

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Sint-Pieter

    9000 Gent

    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

  • Saint-Roch

    4850 Montzen-gare (Plombières)

    Closed

  • One of the most noteworthy and impressive Neo-Gothic buildings in Belgium (1907).

    Saint-Martin

    6700 Arlon

    Closed

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