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  • The Middle Ages in the Haute Senne region (route 1): You will discover the Romanesque collegiate church and meet Saint Vincent. At Chaussée-Notre-Dame, it is the Lady of Laire who will be waiting for you. But before you get there, you can admire the landscape of the Haute Senne. Finally, in Horrues, you will learn more about Saint Martin, Saint Hubert and their emblematic animals.
  • The Middle Ages in the Haute Senne region (route 4): Proudly erected for centuries, churches are witnesses to local history. With castles and farms, they tell about an era and its customs. Are you more of a car person? Our fourth route offers you all the buildings in the program. A great way to learn everything about the region!
  • The Middle Ages in the Haute Senne region (route 3): In Steenkerque, home of Guillaume de Gavres, the church will observe your actions. You will then pass on the road to Petit-Enghien before arriving in the medieval city of Enghien. You will meet Jonathas, Saint-Éloi and local lords.

    Steenkerque - Petit-Enghien - Enghien

    7090 Steenkerque (Braine-le-Comte)

    By bike

  • 7500 Tournai

    On foot

  • Together with the deanery of Bruges, Open Churches released a brochure describing a walk through Bruges, guiding you along the 11 principal churches in the town centre. The 9 km route invites you to walk in the footsteps of the pastors of our faith. You can explore the splendour and grandeur of our religious heritage and discover the legends and tales which surround the life of our saints and patron saints.
  • Religious heritage around Temse-Hamme. Welcome to the land of trousers, mud flats and salt marshes. The rivers Durme and Scheldt have proven to be a blessing, but just as often a curse! Floods were commonplace. The Church and abbeys often acted as protectors.

    Temse: 'Heilig Harnas'

    9140 Temse

    By bike

  • Cycle route "Religious heritage around Lokeren" - When cycling through this beautiful part of Waasland, it is hard to imagine that it was once the scene of an 80-year war during the late 16th century and the first half of the 17th century!
  • Religious heritage around Dendermonde-Buggenhout – With this cycle route we zoom in on the influence of the secular lords in the creation of churches and chapels and on their role as patrons of various religious institutions. This is the land of the mighty medieval lords of Dendermonde!

    Dendermonde: lordly churches and chapels

    9200 Dendermonde

    By bike

  • This cycle route will take you through a region that is steeped in mystery! In Wetteren, you may find out who stole the panel from the Righteous Judges. Or find it in the Bareldonk Chapel? You will also be treated to stories about witch trials, local mysteries and legends. In between, enjoy local produce such as the Lam Gods beer or the Toverheksje.

    Wetteren: Mysterious Religious

    9230 Wetteren

    By bike

  • Detours and other pilgrimages in Namur (loop 6) - South of Dinant, the Meuse valley preserves its diversity and its wild side. Victor Hugo has also been there. From the heights, he marvelled at this "great nature" at the top of the Freyr rocks...

    Irishmen on the banks of the Meuse

    5540 Waulsort (Hastière)

    On foot

  • 55300 Saint-Mihiel

    By bike

  • 59149 Cousolre

    On foot

  • 62000 Arras

    On foot

  • 62000 Arras

    On foot

  • Description of the route Leave Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church and walk along Place des Héros, admiring the belfry. Pass the Place de la Vaquerie and continue straight ahead, rue Ernest de Lannoy.

    Church trail in Arras

    62000 Arras

    On foot

  • Aire-sur-la-Lys is a city of strong history, strategically located between Flanders and Artois. It is within this framework that the collegiate church of Saint-Pierre is located.

    Churchtrail in Aire-sur-Lys

    62120 Aire-sur-la-Lys

    On foot

  • 62190 Lillers

    By car

  • This tour will allow you to discover a unique regional art, produced by monk artists from the first part of the 20th century.....
  • This tour will allow you to discover a unique regional art, produced by monk artists from the first part of the 20th century. You will appreciate the unspoilt landscapes of the Blequin and Aa valleys. Between Wisques and Leulinghem, you can see the old cathedral of Saint-Omer. A journey combining nature and culture, to be done with the family.
  • Description of the route: When leaving the abbey church of Auchy-lès-Hesdin, take the direction of Rollancourt. At the end of the city, take the GR de Pays de Ternois sud and cross the Bois de Rollancourt

    Throughout the churches of Auchy-lès-Hesdin

    62770 Auchy-lès-Hesdin

    On foot

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