This small baroc chapel along the road is dedicated to the 'Notre Dame des Affligés' (Our Lady of the Suffering).
The original...Read more
*Memorial to the Missing*
This cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) memorial for the missing soldiers of World War I...Read more
Built on an artificial mound with a circular brick retaining wall, the Ostiches mill dates from 1789.
It was bought by the town...Read more
Owned by the de Ligne princes since the 14th century, the château visible today was partly rebuilt to its mediaeval plan, complete with four corner towers...Read more
The origins of Binche’s town hall, on the Grand-Place, are closely associated with the economic development of the town – which was the site of...Read more
Binche is of Roman origin and lies in a rich agricultural area at the heart of a major road network.
In the 11th-12th century, the...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.
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