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  • Imposing neo-Gothic church (1913) at the mouth of the Lesse and the Meuse.<p><br></p>

    Sainte-Anne

    5500 Anseremme (Dinant)

    Fermé

  • Renowned pilgrimage site of Notre Dame. Miraculous statue. Noteworthy Renaissance ceiling with 145 painted panels.

    Sanctuary Notre-Dame de Foy

    5504 Foy-Notre-Dame (Dinant)

    Fermé

  • Benoit A Benedictine abbey church in Neo-Gothic style dating from 1880 in a beautiful natural setting.

    Saint-Benoît

    5537 Denée (Anhée)

    Fermé

  • A magnificent Romanesque 11th century church on a beautiful site by the Meuse.

    Saint-Pierre

    5541 Hastière-par-Delà (Hastière)

    Fermé

  • Beautiful little country chapel dedicated to the Virgin.

    Notre-Dame de Bon Secours

    5555 Oizy (Bièvre)

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  • Church of the late XIXth century. Tower and decorative elements of the XVIIth century (altar - vault - pulpit).

    Saint-Hubert

    5555 Oizy (Bièvre)

    Fermé

  • A collegiate church in 11th century primitive Romanesque style and an important patrimony of Wallonie. The cult of Saint Hadelin. Beautiful surroundings.

    Saint-Hadelin

    5561 Celles (Houyet)

    Fermé

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

    Saint-Philippe

    5600 Philippeville

    Fermé

  • A Gothic Church but remodelled over the centuries. Baroque interior.

    Saint-Pierre

    5640 Saint-Gérard (Mettet)

    Fermé

  • A basilica pilgrimage site with a bulbous belfry in Romanesque and Gothic style. A 10th century statue of the Virgin. Processions and marches from the Entre- Sambre-et-Meuse.

    Notre-Dame

    5650 Walcourt

    Fermé

  • A charming XIth century church, partly Romanesque and Gothic.

    Sainte-Colombe

    5680 Soulme (Doische)

    Fermé

  • A neo-classical church with many paintings, statues and ceramics of saints.

    Saint-Antoine de Padoue

    6000 Charleroi

    Fermé

  • A church with novel architecture of two crossed axes inspired by Byzantine art; modified in 1955 - large mosaic, frescoes and stained glass windows.

    Saint-Christophe

    6000 Charleroi

    Fermé

  • A recently renovated Neo-Romanesque and Neo-Gothic church (1865)

    Immaculée Conception

    6040 Jumet-Gohyssart (Charleroi)

    Fermé

  • A 10th century Romanesque and Gothic church. Tomb and shrine of sainte Rolende. Procession and marches from the Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse.

    Saint-Michel

    6280 Gerpinnes

    Fermé

  • An abbey church of Trappist monks dating from 1850 and soberly rearranged - Beautiful resonance.

    Notre-Dame de Scourmont

    6460 Forges (Chimay)

    Fermé

  • An 9th century Carlovingian Church in Romanesque style with several 8th century sarcophagi in the crypt.

    Saint-Ursmer

    6540 Lobbes

    Fermé

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

    Saint-Pierre

    6600 Bastogne

    Fermé

  • One of the most noteworthy and impressive Neo-Gothic buildings in Belgium (1907).

    Saint-Martin

    6700 Arlon

    Fermé

  • Neo-Romanesque church (1951) made of yellow stones in one of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia.<p><br></p><p><br></p>

    Saint-Martin

    6767 Torgny (Rouvroy)

    Fermé

  • A Neo-Romanesque church with rich interior statuary.

    Notre-Dame du Rosaire

    6790 Aubange

    Fermé

  • Classical basilica containing numerous souvenirs of saint Hubert, the patron of hunters.

    Saint-Hubert

    6870 Saint-Hubert

    Fermé

  • This remarkable building (1050) is the oldest Romanesque church in Belgium. An exceptionally valuable monument for its age and linear simplicity. Stained glass windows designed by Folon.

    Saint-Etienne

    6900 Waha (Marche-en-Famenne)

    Fermé

  • Gothic building (1500) with a noteworthy belfry. Fine quality statues inside.

    Saint-Remacle

    6900 Marche-en-Famenne

    Fermé

  • A newly restored 17th century church in local stone with a beautiful stucco ceiling.

    Saints-Pierre-et-Paul

    6960 Dochamps (Manhay)

    Fermé

  • Former chapel, located in the heart of old Tenneville

    Sainte-Gertrude (Vieille église)

    6970 Tenneville

    Fermé

  • The church of Erneuville, located at an altitude of 412m99 as shown on the inscription on its threshold, is made of schist stone. Its origins probably date back to the Middle Ages, as evidenced by the fish stop device (opus spicatum) on some walls

    Saint-Pierre et Saint-Denis

    6972 Erneuville (Tenneville)

    Fermé

  • A hospitable Neo-Gothic church containing some beautiful works of art.

    Saint-Nicolas

    6980 La Roche-en-Ardenne

    Fermé

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