This is a pretty medieval church from the eleventh and twelfth centuries. The interior was renovated in the eighteenth century in the Baroque style and the exterior has regained its original appearance after a much needed restoration. Inside its a real gem, complete with an original baptismal area, one of the seven wonders of Belgium. The hours are worth noting, as in many of the country's museums, from 10 to 12h and 14 to 17h.
The Benedictine Abbey Church of Santiago was founded in 1015. It is a gothic-style church that was rebuilt between 1514 and1538. The interior is richly decorated with sculptures of Del Cour as well as an organ of the seventeenth century and outstanding stained glass. It also has an outstanding vault with over 150 segments in the nave. It is one of the most beautiful buildings of the city.
This church dedicated to St. Denis was founded in 987, by Bishop Notger. The western facade probably formed past of the defensive system of the city. Inside, you'll find beautiful furniture, baroque statues, and an organ. The tower and the nave are Romanesque: do not miss the sixteenth century altarpiece and aisles painted by Lambert Lombard.
Its beginnings date back to the year 980 by Prince Bishop Notger. It is inspired by the palace chapel of Charlemagne in Aachen. The building survived until 1754, when it was completely razed and replaced by the current neoclassical building. The Gothic cloister dates from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and retains many tombstones. The tower houses a carillon with 35 bells. Do not miss the medieval statues of the Virgin and St. John and the cloister.