The cathedral district : discovery route
The cathedral district was, until the 19th century, an island linked to the rest of the city by various bridges. Through their names, the Pont-d’Avroy and Pont-d’Île streets allude to this now disappeared past (pont means bridge in French). Next to the cathedral, the district is renowned for its many shops, the Carré, the Forum, the church of Saint-Jacques, the Lemonnier passage shopping gallery and a wealth of other points of interest that this itinerary invites you to discover.
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Place de la Cathédrale
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The current building was built by Jean-Ernest de Surlet-Chokier at...
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The Chiroux complex was built in the 1960’s and 1970’s. It is a good...
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Currently occupied by the Théâtre de Liège, this building was built...
16 Place du Vingt Août 4000 Liège
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University of Liège
Founded in 1817 by the Dutch King Willem I, the University of Liège...
18 Place du Vingt Août 4000 Liège
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The statue of André Grétry is the work of Guillaume Geefs. Made of...
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The Cinema Sauvenière, a striking modern building, boasts four projection...
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Inaugurated in 1942, during German occupation, the baths and spa of...
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In this old district of the city, at number 10 rue d’Amay, a luxurious...
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The Forum is a concert hall built in 1922. Its Art deco architectural...
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Formerly home to the Forum brasserie, this building was transformed...
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