Collégiale Notre-Dame

The lower part of the 85m-high front church tower is embellished by alternate use of limestone and sandstone. The local ferruginous sandstone chancel dates from the 14C and the upward sweep of the 15C nave's slender lines is highlighted by transverse arch ribbing. In a chapel to the right of the ambulatory, note the Disciples of Emmaüs by P.-J. Verhagheand in a chapel to the left, a painting on wood called the Mystical Wine-Press (16C Flemish School).

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r. de l'Église

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