Soignies, city of medieval origin, has lived for nearly nine centuries at the hour of the Canons of Saint-Vincent, who made rise during the 11th century...Read more
Nestled against the Collegiate Church, the museum reveals the Canons’ treasures of the 12th and 17th centuries. This museum houses many different collections:...Read more
At the heart of the Old Cemetery, which has become nowadays a public garden, stands a chapel of the 12th and 17th centuries, reassigned into a museum in...Read more
Founded in 1130 by the canons of the Order of Prémontré, the Norbertine Bonne-Espérance Abbey, in the municipality of Vellereille-les-Brayeux in Estinnes,...Read more
This small baroc chapel along the road is dedicated to the 'Notre Dame des Affligés' (Our Lady of the Suffering).
The original...Read more
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 catholic hurch at Bléharies is perhaps one of the major works of modern church architecture in Belgium.
Built to a rectangular...Read more
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
The church of St Ursmer at Lobbes is possibly the oldest church in Wallonia.
The nave and transepts certainly date from the Carolingian...Read more