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  • A Gothic church (1305) located in the “Grand Beguinage” (UNESCO Heritage)-Restoration showing to advantage superb frescoes and 90 tombstones of beguines.

    Sint-Jan de Doper

    3000 Leuven

    Closed

  • A 16th century church with a fine tower arranged as a museum of bells. Beautiful interior.

    Sint-Michiel

    8800 Roeselare

    Closed

  • 13th to 16th century Gothic shrine. Well known for its tabernacle - its Easter candle-holder - its altar pieces.

    Sint-Leonardus

    3440 Zoutleeuw

    Closed

  • A Gothic church with Neo-Gothic façade and an 18th century lantern tower. Noteworthy interior decoration. Crypt of Egmont and carillon concerts.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Hemelvaart

    9620 Zottegem

    08.00 - 17.00 Open

  • 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

  • 15th century church with remainders of a 13th century chapel and an extraordinarily painted coffering on the ceiling.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Tenhemelopneming

    3870 Veulen (Heers)

    Closed

  • Church reconstructed and containing unique stained glass windows depicting the history of Zulte.

    Sint-Petrus-en-Paulus

    9870 Zulte

    Closed

  • A neo-Romanesque church with fine ceramics.

    Saint-Joseph

    7100 La Louvière

    Closed

  • Sacré-Coeur

    1180 Uccle

    Closed

  • Neo-Byzantine church from early 20th century, built after the expansion of the protected villa estate "Concessie".

    Sint-Monica

    8420 De Haan

    Closed

  • A white lime-washed church with a warm interior.

    Saint-Lambert

    6983 Buisson (La Roche-en-Ardenne)

    Closed

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

    Sint-Katelijne

    2800 Mechelen

    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 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 small chapel (1688); pilgrimage site for sportsmen.

    Chapel Notre-Dame de Chèvremont

    4051 Vaux-sous-Chèvremont (Chaudfontaine)

    Closed

  • A beautiful, building in limestone, mainly 16th and 17th century, with a sober pleasing interior.

    Saint-Philippe

    5600 Philippeville

    Closed

  • Classical church in brick and sandstone, situated on an enjoyable square surrounded by a kiosk and flowers in summer.

    Sint-Martinus

    9550 Sint-Lievens-Esse (Herzele)

    Closed

  • Romanesque-Gothic church, with elements from the twelfth and the thirteenth century, harbouring a miraculous statue of Our Lady.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    3020 Herent

    Closed

  • Classical church building - massive tower - furnishing in Louis XIV style.

    Saints-Martin-et-Brice

    1457 Nil-Saint-Martin (Walhain)

    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

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

    Sint-Leonardus

    8904 Zuidschote (Ieper)

    Closed

  • A Baroque chapel built by the son of Jekermans, the carpenter- façade with Tuscan pilasters.

    Heilig Graf

    3770 Kanne (Riemst)

    Closed

  • Saint-Nicolas

    4400 Souxhon (Flémalle)

    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

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

    Saint-Jean l'Evangéliste

    4000 Liège

    Closed

  • Rustic village church near the Dender that has been rebuilt several times and once robbed!

    Onze-Lieve Vrouw-Presentatie

    9400 Okegem (Ninove)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church with thirteen turrets, nicknamed 'the cathedral of the north'.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    8432 Leffinge (Middelkerke)

    Closed

  • Church with mixed styles, five altars.

    Sint-Jan-Baptist

    2223 Schriek (Heist-op-den-Berg)

    Closed

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