This small baroc chapel along the road is dedicated to the 'Notre Dame des Affligés' (Our Lady of the Suffering).
The original...Read more
*The Saint-Jacques-sur-Coudenberg Church is a royal parish.*
A royal lodge is nestled in its chancel. The church is full of wonders: a statue...Read more
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This Gothic chapel is known to have existed in the 12th century, and the gallery above its transepts houses a small museum of religious art.
The château of Bois-Seigneur-Isaac stands on the site of a mediaeval fortress, and it still has the same obtuseangled layout.
The catholic hurch at Bléharies is perhaps one of the major works of modern church architecture in Belgium.
Built to a rectangular...Read more
The present early Gothic (13th century) building is in the form of a Latin cross, the chancel having an ambulatory but no apsidal chapels.
The Château de la Follie takes its name from its wooded setting, follie being a synonym of feuillée, meaning “leafy”.
A 16th-century...Read more
The Premonstratensian monks arrived in 1128, and in the 13th century they erected the Gothic abbey buildings, of which the cloister, kitchen and...Read more
A Cistercian abbey since the 12th century, the monastic buildings at Orval were constructed before 1200. Of these, traces of the choir and transepts...Read more