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  • Sint-Maurus

    3220 Holsbeek

    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.
  • An example of Gothic from Demer- in the region’s red sandstone - rustic location - numerous paintings and statues.

    Sint-Pieter

    3272 Testelt (Scherpenheuvel-Zichem)

    Closed

  • 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

  • A typical Brabant style church (1321-1533) with a little “mustard pot” tower and a carillon of 43 bells. 15th century carved stalls and a Baroque pulpit. Shrine of St Jean Berchmans.

    Sint-Sulpitius

    3290 Diest

    Closed

  • De Goddelijke Zaligmaker

    3300 Hakendover (Tienen)

    Closed

  • A Romanesque and Gothic church with a 65m tower, a carillon of 54 bells and antique organs.

    Sint-Germanus

    3300 Tienen

    Closed

  • Sint-Maartens

    3300 Vissenaken (Tienen)

    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 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

  • Protestant Church Landen (Sint-Gilliskapel)

    3400 Rumsdorp (Landen)

    Closed

  • Chapel from 1538 - pilgrimage site to the Virgin.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van de Ossenweg

    3440 Ossenweg (Zoutleeuw)

    Closed

  • Picturesque church with choir-stall from the 16th century in the native village of Jan Van Heelu, a chronicler of the 13th century.

    Sint-Laurentius

    3440 Helen (Zoutleeuw)

    Closed

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

    Sint-Leonardus

    3440 Zoutleeuw

    Closed

  • Fine ensemble combining an early Gothic tower and a later classical church- noteworthy stucco decoration.

    Sint-Quintinus

    3520 Zonhoven

    Closed

  • Sint-Martinus

    3540 Herk-de-Stad

    Closed

  • Sint-Hubertus en Vincentius

    3550 Zolder (Heusden-Zolder)

    Closed

  • Sint-Brigida

    3582 Koersel (Beringen)

    Closed

  • Classical church from the 18th century with older tower. Rich in sculptures.

    Sint-Servaas

    3590 Diepenbeek

    Closed

  • Sint-Martinus

    3600 Genk

    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

  • 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

  • A Neo-classic church. Statues of the two patron saints of the church, bishops of Maastricht.

    Sint-Monulfus en Gondulfus

    3630 Mechelen-aan-de-Maas (Maasmechelen)

    Closed

  • Sint-Martinus

    3640 Kinrooi (centrum)

    Closed

  • Sint-Martinus

    3650 Dilsen

    Closed

  • Sint-Gertrudis

    3670 Gruitrode

    Closed

  • The basilica of Tongeren is seen as a highlight of the Meuse Gothic style. UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Geboorte

    3700 Tongeren

    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

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