The château of Bois-Seigneur-Isaac stands on the site of a mediaeval fortress, and it still has the same obtuseangled layout.
The counts of Duras gave the church of St Médard to the Knights Hospitaller of St John of Jerusalem in about 1175.
The present church,...Read more
At the northern edge of Tilly, the chapel of Notre-Dame des Affligés is a small oratory (1731) that held an oak Virgin dating from the 1600s. It was erected...Read more
Built in 1776, the church holds a statute of St. Bernard (in wood) attributed to Laurent Delvaux, a statue of St. Anthony the Hermit (16th century) and...Read more
Rural edifice rebuilt in 1773 by the architect and canon Jaumotte (of the Nivelles chapter). Side aisles added and vault raised in 1836-1837 by A. Moreau
"Sculpture, panting, and furniture from the 15th to 18th centuries. In particular: Collection of late Brabançon Gothic sculptures. Collection of terra...Read more
Dedicated to Saint Rémy who baptized Clovis, king of the Franks, at the end of the 5th century, this church in Ittre in Roman Païs became the setting for...Read more
An important historical and touristic Belgian site, Villers-la-Ville Abbey is in Brabant Wallon, only 30 kmfrom Brussels. Unusual and timeless, it is one...Read more