Occupying the same site for twelve centuries, the former palace of the prince-bishops of Liège was rebuilt in the 16th century, its design probably...Read more
Built amid the excitement of the 1905 World Fair, the Fragnée bridge comprises three metal spans supported by two piers and two abutment piers...Read more
Built of freestone and limestone between 1818 and 1820, the façade of the theatre is solid at ground floor level, has an upper storey full of...Read more
The Vertbois hospice was built between 1701 and 1703.
The building is E-shaped, the central part being occupied by the chapel...Read more
Built in the 11th century, the fortress of Limbourg sits on a rocky spur surrounded by a loop of the river Vesdre.
Its strategic...Read more
Comparable with the major 18th-century works of architecture, the Maison Villers is a five-bay house on three floors, built of brick and limestone.
The current castle is the descendant of a mediaeval fortress built on a rocky promontory overlooking the Hoyoux valley from a height of 58 metres....Read more
On 10 May 1940, Belgian artificers blew up several structures to slow the advance of German enemy troops, including Rochelinval Bridge. A little...Read more
The neo-Gothic church of St Antony the Hermit at Pepinster was consecrated in 1899, and is the work of the abbot and aesthete Sylvain Balau and...Read more
The Château de Warfusée was built by the brother of Charles-Nicolas d’Oultremont, prince-bishop of Liège († 1771). Built in rendered brick and...Read more