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  • Sint-Martinus

    9308 Gijzegem (Aalst)

    Closed

  • A typical Neo-Gothic early 20th century church.

    Sainte-Barbe

    7170 Fayt-lez-Manage (Manage)

    Closed

  • Baroque church from 1650 with attached presbytery. Historic pilgrimage statue of Our Lady.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    3090 Jezus-Eik (Overijse)

    Closed

  • The largest Rococo church in the country built in local white stone and donated by the brewers between 1744 and 1750. Noteworthy features are the pulpit, stalls, treasury and gardens.

    Sint-Gorgonius

    3320 Hoegaarden

    Closed

  • A Neo-Gothic church like a covered market built 1923 which hosts concerts and conferences. A memorial column for Georges Guynemer, the pilot.

    Sint-Paulus Bekering

    8920 Langemark (Langemark-Poelkapelle)

    Closed

  • Superb Jesuit style Baroque church (1621-1654). Important Walloon patrimony.

    Saint-Loup

    5000 Namur

    Closed

  • Saint-Remacle

    4560 Ocquier (Clavier)

    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

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

    Heilige Kruisverheffing

    8420 Wenduine (De Haan)

    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

  • Saint-Sébastien

    5101 Loyers (Namur)

    Closed

  • A classified church rich in works of art- noteworthy pulpit and rood screen- façade with biblical scenes.

    Sint-Salvator

    8530 Harelbeke

    Closed

  • Sober gothic church in a historic popular neighbourhood, restored in neo-gothic style.

    Sint-Katelijne

    2800 Mechelen

    Closed

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

    Saint-Martin

    7110 Strépy-Bracquegnies (La Louvière)

    Closed

  • Modernist church with a striking tower and reliefs. Colourful stained glass windows and sober sculptures from the first half of the twentieth century.

    Sint-Walburgis

    2000 Antwerpen

    Closed

  • A Romanesque and Gothic church with an astonishing polychrome vault dating from 1536.

    Saint-Pierre

    6600 Bastogne

    Closed

  • A church in neo-Romanesque and Byzantine style (1928). Baroque and Art Nouveau furnishings.

    Saints-Pierre-et-Paul

    7784 Warneton (Comines-Warneton)

    Closed

  • Chapel from 1538 - pilgrimage site to the Virgin.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van de Ossenweg

    3440 Ossenweg (Zoutleeuw)

    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

  • Semi-classical church (1782) containing noteworthy funeral monuments.

    Saint-Pierre

    7100 Haine-Saint-Pierre (La Louvière)

    Closed

  • 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.
  • A Gothic collegial church notable for its three towers and large rose window.
  • Sacré-Coeur

    1180 Uccle

    Closed

  • A newly restored church based on an ancient priory building.

    Saint-Pierre

    4920 Aywaille

    Closed

  • Saint-Géry

    7190 Marche-lez-Ecaussinnes (Ecaussinnes)

    Closed

  • Heilig Hart

    9940 Belzele (Evergem)

    Closed

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

    Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas

    1400 Nivelles

    Closed

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

    Sint-Willibrordus

    8430 Middelkerke

    Closed

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