52 metres in diameter and 15 metres in height, the tumulus of Glimes is one of the largest and best preserved in Belgium.
The St. Gertrude Collegiate Church is the pride and joy of Nivelles, with its impressive 102m nave with two opposing choirs and its 11th century crypt....Read more
Pierreuse is one of Liège’s oldest streets. It took its name from its sandstone-rich ground, which was exploited from early days. It is difficult to imagine...Read more
This tower, called Vieux-Joncs (old reeds), belonged to the Teutonic commandry of Liège. It is one of the oldest civil buildings in the city, with its...Read more
Located at the bottom of the impasse des Ursulines, several magnificent half-timbered façades illustrate this construction technique very well. They are...Read more
The main legend attached to this rock tells that Remacle and his monks built a monastery on the banks of the river Amblève. Learning the news, the devil...Read more
Forrières belongs to the municipality of Nassogne, at the border between Famenne and the Ardennes and is crossed by the river Lhomme, the spring of which...Read more