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The Collegiate Church of Saint-Feuillen in Fosses-la-Ville, stands on the site of a former Irish monastery founded in the 7th century.

The collegiate church has four main parts: the Roman tower and crypt, dating from the end of the 11th century. ; the ship and the choir, rebuilt in 1721. The Collegiate Saint-Feuillen opens its doors and invites you to discover its rich past. At the beginning of the 10th century, the monastery was ceded to a Carolingian princess, Gisèle (Kisala) who yielded it to the Bishop of Liège, and around 910, it turned this monastery into a chapter of canons.

In the porch you will notice a miniature, a sketch of a monastery in the image of those that the Irish monks built in the 7th century in their country.

The collegiate church is currently closed until September 2019 due to renovations

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