Hastière Romanesque Abbey-Church and its Museum
Rue Marcel Van-Impe 2
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The abbey-church dates back to the 11th century and has many interesting archaeological features.
The abbey-church features a Romanesque nave and tower from 1033-1035 and a Romanesque crypt and Merovingian sarcophagi.
The Gothic quire dates back to 1264 and there are several 12th-century wall paintings. There is also an extremely old statuary and stalls.
In the abbey-church's tower, there are archaeological objects from prehistory to Gallo-Roman times, pottery from the former abbey, religious ornaments and expressions of popular piety.
The exterior site includes an open-air museum of the remains of the former abbey. There is also a Medieval quay along the River Meuse.
The abbey-church and its exterior are accessible to wheelchair-users.
Opening times may be modified (for example for religious services). Please contact the abbey in advance.
Guided tours on request
Contact Mr Jonathan Porignaux, guide and person in charge.
firstname.lastname@example.org or +32 (0)82 64 46 22 or +32 (0)474 42 39 99.
Discover the Trip "A day of discoveries in Hastière" (Link in French only).
Tourist information on the town HASTIERE
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