Grand-Place

Note the Sweert (Sword) half-timbered house from 1659, now housing a chemist's. St Quentin Cathedral stands nearby, with its squat 13C tower topped by an 18C spire. The nave and side aisles were built in the 15C and gradually enlarged with the chancel, side chapels and an ambulatory.

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Our Lady Church
Our Lady Church
This 18C church houses marble sculptures
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Ancien béguinage
Ancien béguinage
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Ancien refuge de l'abbaye d'Herkenrode
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Musée national du Genièvre
Musée national du Genièvre
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Musée de la Mode
Musée de la Mode
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Our Lady Church
Our Lady Church
This 18C church houses marble sculptures
15 minutes
Ancien béguinage
Ancien béguinage
The garden of this former Beguine
15 minutes
Ancien refuge de l'abbaye d'Herkenrode
Ancien refuge de l'abbaye d'Herkenrode
This fine 16C Gothic-Renaissance
See all