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  • Neo-Roman church with light interior surrounded by graves of artists in the modest town centre of this Lys village.

    Sint-Aldegondis

    9831 Deurle (Sint-Martens-Latem)

    Closed

  • One of the finest neo-Gothic interior of the country. Beautiful stained glass windows and tapestries, which make this church one of the 100 wonders of Wallonia.

    Saints-Antoine-ermite-et-Apolline

    4860 Pepinster

    Closed

  • Scaldian Gothic style church with a remarkable tower - real museum of paintings, retables and sculptures - ‘Virgin and Child’ masterpiece in white marble by Michelangelo (1504).

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    8000 Brugge

    Closed

  • Saint-Etienne

    4400 Les Awirs (Flémalle)

    Closed

  • Impressive church with a rich past. Reconstruction of a previous older church after severe destruction during the war.

    Sint-Martinus

    9790 Petegem-aan-de-Schelde (Wortegem-Petegem)

    Closed

  • Newly built church in 1922, worship of Our Lady Star of the Sea, oldest pilgrimage site of the West Coast.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Bezoeking

    8434 Lombardsijde (Middelkerke)

    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

  • Neo-Gothic church constructed using brick and coloured tiles, with a tower that dates back to the thirteenth century.

    Sint-Ursula

    3740 Eigenbilzen (Bilzen)

    Closed

  • 13th century Gothic church in Meuse style - Important Walloon heritage site - onion dome.

    Notre-Dame

    5500 Dinant

    Closed

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

    Saint-Nicolas

    7070 Le Roeulx

    Closed

  • Sint-Denijs

    9260 Serskamp (Wichelen)

    Closed

  • A simple rural church in the area Wetteren-ten-Ede

    Sint-Anna

    9230 Wetteren-ten-Ede (Wetteren)

    Closed

  • Saint-Nicolas

    6887 Herbeumont

    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

  • Sint-Catharina

    2200 Herentals

    Closed

  • Spacious and monumental gothic church. The archdukes Albrecht and Isabella called it the most beautiful church in Flanders.

    Sint-Medardus

    8940 Wervik

    Closed

  • Mix of Romanesque and neoclassical architecture.

    Sint-Adrianus

    9991 Adegem (Maldegem)

    Closed

  • Saints-Rémi-et-Médard

    7120 Rouveroy (Estinnes)

    Closed

  • Saints-Pierre-et-Paul

    4550 Saint-Séverin (Nandrin)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church with stained glass windows which were restored in 2005. Stations of the Cross special for its depiction of villagers. 14th century fonts.

    Sint-Ursula

    3620 Lanaken

    Closed

  • Sint-Amandus

    9406 Outer - Herlinckhove (Ninove)

    Closed

  • A Neo-Romanesque church with rich interior statuary.

    Notre-Dame du Rosaire

    6790 Aubange

    Closed

  • Brabant style flamboyant Gothic church - imperial stained glass windows  - church treasure - procession with the saint’s reliquary.

    Sint-Gummarus

    2500 Lier

    Closed

  • Gothic church dating from about 1500- vestiges Romanesque- interior rich in paintings and furnishings.

    Sint-Bavo

    9750 Zingem (Kruisem)

    Closed

  • Gothic church (Brabant style)(1425) – unfinished towers - Works of art of which those by Dirk Bouts.

    Sint-Pieter

    3000 Leuven

    Closed

  • Reconstructed church in regional brick of Nieuwpoort, with several links to the First World War.

    Sint-Leonardus

    8904 Zuidschote (Ieper)

    Closed

  • A church notable for it reliquary for saint Hadelin, a Romanesque work of art.

    Saint-Martin et Saint-Hadelin

    4600 Visé

    Closed

  • Neo-gothic brick church, reconstructed after the First World War.

    Sint-Jan de Doper

    8900 Dikkebus (Ieper)

    Closed

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