Dinant Collegiate Church of Our Lady (Collégiale Notre-Dame)

Nothing remains of the edifice that became a collegiate church in the 10C. It was rebuilt in the Romanesque style in the 12C (only the north door remains). The Gothic church was erected from the 13C to the late 14C. The onion dome and campanile date from the 16C. The interior seems surprisingly big, although the size of the building is restricted by its narrow site.

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Address : 

pl. Reine Astrid, 5500 Dinant

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