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The Notre-Dame collegiate church in Dinant, a stunning gothic building by the Meuse, is listed as exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia.

Architecture sculpted by history

Built in local limestone, ogival-shaped in architecture, it is divided into 3 naves. She had to be partly rebuilt several times and therefore shos different styles. Its stained windows are remarkable, with the Ladon one being one of the largest in Europe.

A fascinating bell tower

Its bulbous roof really stands out! Originally designed for the town hall, it completed the collegiate church in 1556 after a terrible fire.




Avenue Cadoux 7,5500Dinant
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