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Patrimoine architectural


De nombreux témoignages des plus grands courants architecturaux qui ont marqué notre histoire sont visibles en Wallonie et à Bruxelles.

Des châteaux forts datant du Moyen-Âge aux édifices contemporains audacieux, la Belgique propose un large éventail de styles sur son petit territoire.

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Cauchie House (ETTERBEEK)

The Cauchie House is considered to be one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau masterpieces in Brussels....
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Château de La Hulpe on the Solvay estate (LA HULPE)

The Solvay Estate at La Hulpe, an "Exceptional heritage site in Wallonia", includes part of the Sonian Forest and the Château de La Hulpe....
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Château de Louvignies - Louvignies Castle (CHAUSSEE-NOTRE-DAME-LOUVIGNIE)

The Château de Louvignies opens its doors in the middle of the Hainaut countryside, only a few kilometres fromSoignies in the province of Hainaut....
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Crystal Discovery at the Val Saint Lambert Castle (SERAING)

Come and discover the secular history of the Val Saint Lambert site, as well as the glass work techniques used in the old Cistercian abbey....
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Dinant Citadel, fortress in the Meuse Valley (DINANT)

The Dinant Citadel invites you on an incredible journey...
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Estate of the Seneffe Castle - Silver Museum (SENEFFE)

The Château de Seneffe estate and its Silver Museum invite you to discover one of Belgium's most important silver collections....
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Feudal Castle of La Roche-en-Ardenne (LA ROCHE-EN-ARDENNE)

Overlooking the town and the river Ourthe, this 9th century castle makes La Roche "The pearl of the Ardennes" and the province of Luxembourg....
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