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  • Modern church with a new and an old tower, dedicated to rite and culture.

    Heilige Margareta

    8300 Knokke-Heist

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic church with murals and old Roman font.

    Sint-Jacobus de Meerdere

    8810 Lichtervelde

    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

  • Art Deco style church (1926). Use of concrete and patinated bronze. Noteworthy stained glass windows.

    Saint-Aybert

    7620 Bléharies (Brunehaut)

    Closed

  • Sint-Jozef

    3000 Leuven

    Closed

  • Saint-Laurent

    6760 Virton

    Closed

  • Interior decorated with Art-deco murals.

    Sankt-Hubertus

    4710 Lontzen

    Closed

  • Heilige Familie

    2930 Brasschaat

    Closed

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

    Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas

    1400 Nivelles

    Closed

  • A mainly Gothic church set in a fine ancient environment.

    Saint-Lambert

    5500 Bouvignes-sur-Meuse (Dinant)

    Closed

  • 18th century church in the village square surrounded by church yard walls.

    Sint-Dionysius

    9772 Wannegem-Lede (Kruisem)

    Closed

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

    Saint-Lambert

    6983 Buisson (La Roche-en-Ardenne)

    Closed

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

    Saint-Pierre

    4920 Aywaille

    Closed

  • A Neo-gothic church (1905), part of the Bois du Luc mining area, classified as an UNESCO world heritage site.

    Sainte-Barbe

    7110 Bois-du-Luc / Houdeng-Aimeries (La Louvière)

    Closed

  • A 1767 chapel, newly restored and forming part of a cloister. A Rococo interior with three altars, confessionals, pulpit, stained glass windows and a Rochet organ.

    Sint-Rochus

    3320 Hoegaarden

    Closed

  • Church with mixed styles, five altars.

    Sint-Jan-Baptist

    2223 Schriek (Heist-op-den-Berg)

    Closed

  • A restored baroque church in the village that was officially named the ‘Most Beautiful Village of Flanders’. At the moment this church serves as a museum and a cultural centre.

    Sint-Pieter

    3621 Oud-Rekem (Lanaken)

    Closed

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

    Sint-Jan de Doper

    8900 Dikkebus (Ieper)

    Closed

  • Sint-Jan Baptist de la Salle Boxbergheide

    3600 Boxbergheide (Genk)

    Closed

  • A large brick church typical of the 1930’s. Inside,stained glass windows and paintings of which one by Marcel Marlier.

    Christ-Roi

    7712 Herseaux (Mouscron)

    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.
  • Mix of Romanesque and neoclassical architecture.

    Sint-Adrianus

    9991 Adegem (Maldegem)

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

    Heilig Graf

    3770 Kanne (Riemst)

    Closed

  • A modern chapel, built in the 1930’s for the increasing number of visitors. Concrete building faced in brick and tile.

    Sint-Theresia

    8430 Middelkerke

    Closed

  • An 18th century church in Classical style situated in beautiful country. Inside a fine ceramic Path of the Cross.

    Saint-Remy

    1370 Saint-Remy-Geest (Jodoigne)

    Closed

  • Religious domain next to the church with a Lourdes grotto, a Way of the Cross, etc.

    Mariadomein

    2930 Kaart (Brasschaat)

    Closed

  • The spire of this late Gothic church stands out clearly in this area of the Scheldt. It is priest Poppe's baptismal and parish church. Pilgrimage site for Saint Amelberge.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw

    9140 Temse

    Closed

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