Founded by the Cistercians in 1216 at the confluent of the Bel and the Berwinne, the Val-Dieu abbey, in its present form, is the sole abbey in Belgium...Read more
St. Andrew's Chapel was built in 1726 by the inhabitants of Coo, called the "Cooytais". This chapel was replaced in 1874 by a more imposing church. It...Read more
The devotion to the Virgin Mary began in Moresnet in 1750, after the young epileptic Arnold Franck was cured of his illness. Towards 1875, Franciscan monks...Read more
Located on the rocky spur, the Saint Hadelin dominates the Magne valley, which winds through the meadows. The mono nave place of worship was built from...Read more
Nothing remains of the Romanesque collegiate church besides the enormous crypt, which now houses superb treasures which include, among other items,...Read more
Consecrated in 1015, the former collegiate church of St Barthélemy is typical of the Romanesque style in Liège.
The remains of an...Read more
The Romanesque abbey church was founded in 1015, but only the crypt (1016) and the westwork (late 12th century) still survive.
Founded around 965, the collegiate church of St Martin was completely rebuilt, with the exception of its tower, in the Gothic style in the early...Read more
The collegiate church of St Paul was founded in 965 and rebuilt in the Gothic style between the 13th and 16th centuries.
The beautiful foliated...Read more