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Religious Heritage


Our finest religious monuments are preserved and open to the public. Some are still active, including monasteries, abbeys, collegiates and basilicas.


Take this opportunity to taste our Trappist beers and cheeses produced by monks in these religious centres.


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CATHEDRAL OF SAINTS MICHAEL & GUDULE (BRUXELLES)

Built on the top of a hill, the cathedral reflects the three stages of the gothic style in its construction...
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CHURCH OF LA CAMBRE (IXELLES)

This abbey was founded in 1201 by a noble woman of Brussels named Gisèle, and was entrusted to the nuns of the Cistercian order...
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CHURCH OF NOTRE-DAME DE LA CHAPELLE (BRUXELLES)

Remarkable by its Romanesque and Romanesque-Gothic architecture, it is accordingly one of the most interesting churches in Belgium...
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CHURCH OF NOTRE-DAME DE LAEKEN (LAEKEN)

Built in the 19th century and dedicated to Louise-Marie, first Queen of the Belgians, it contains the Royal Crypt...
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CHURCH OF NOTRE-DAME DU BON-SECOURS (BRUXELLES)

One of the most gracious churches of the Flemish Baroque period, it is nevertheless the most untypical of the Flemish style by its hexagonal form of its layout and its short...
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CHURCH OF NOTRE-DAME DU FINISTERE (BRUXELLES)

This 18th century church is built on the site of a chapel founded in the 15th century and named "de Venstersterre". A Gothic virgin, Notre-Dame du Bon Succès, is venerated here....
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CHURCH OF SAINT CATHERINE (HOUFFALIZE)

This church is in primary Gothic style. Many restorations were carried out after the war, but you can still admire a unique lectern, the recumbent figure of Thierry II and the...
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