Le Grand-Hornu has been built between 1810 and 1830, and combines mining infrastructures with the homes of administrators and workers.
Built in 1752 by a local aristocrat, the façade of the château is rendered and has thirteen bays on two storeys, with a slightly projecting central...Read more
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 town hall at Charleroi, inaugurated in 1936, is an impressive classical building with geometric lines and an interplay of materials – red and...Read more
The Maison Dorée (1899), one of the major Art Nouveau buildings in Wallonia, takes its name from its “gilded” décor, particularly that of the...Read more
Established in 1822, the Bois du Cazier mine expanded throughout the 19th century, specifically because the coal extracted there was of very high...Read more
The present château was built in 1935 on the site of a palace complex which has recently been excavated. It incorporates a theatre founded by Madame...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
Built on a rocky spur, most likely in the 13th-century, the château d’Écaussinnes-Lalaing still has a few original buildings, in particular the...Read more
When the Arenberg family acquired the chateau which bears their name in the early 17th century, the park became a huge leisure garden, with two...Read more