Notre-Dame church was built from 1749 to 1753 by J.T. Maljean, an architect from Namur. Initially dedicated to St Peter and...Read more
The Gaiffier d’Hestroy townhouse is currently the Namur Museum of Ancient Art. Built in the middle of the 18th century, this...Read more
Namur belfry is unusual among belfries in Wallonia in that originally it was the main defensive tower in the town's surrounding...Read more
Even though it is mentioned for the first time in 1198, the church, built on the remains of a roman building, is in fact a lot...Read more
The Marie Spilar tower, as do the Saint-Jacques and Monnaie towers, are remains of the thirst enclosure of Namur, erected during...Read more
Founded in the Middle Ages, the edifice has been known under various different names: “The Grand Hospital” or “Hospital of Our...Read more
Today’s configuration of the square is the result of a secular evolution.
Its main delineations...Read more
The Namur Royal Theatre is one of the last and most beautiful theatres in Europe to be built in a 19th C. Italian style. It...Read more
Over the course of the Sambre, two remarkable quarters rich in history and heritage follow one another.
The university quarter is on the other side of the Sambre. Rooted in the centre of the town, it is characterised...Read more