• Attractions
  • Architectural heritage
  • Religious heritage

The Saint-Etienne church, one of the oldest in Belgium, is the only one to have kept its dedicatory stone, commemorating its consecration in 1050. Its stained windows were the very last work of artist Jean-Michel Folon.

This remarkable Romanesque building, considered a major Walloon heritage site, hides many gems... real masterpieces, inside, by the Maître de Waha, a 16th sculptor known for his surprising, caricature like pieces.

An audio-visual presentation shows Jean-Michel Folon's explanations on the making of the stained windows as well as the most interesting pieces of interest in the church. Another is dedicated to the Maître de Waha.

Practical information

The church cannot be visited during services.

Guided tour for groups: in French or Dutch, 25 persons max. Booking required - please contact the Maison du Tourisme du Pays de Marche & Nassogne.

COVID-19 : Please note PCR tests and quarantines remain a strict requirement when travelling to Belgium. We do our best to keep our information up to date but it's always best to check with the site you wish to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply a look at their website - to see their latest opening hours and entry conditions. Some will prefer you to book your ticket in advance. Infos
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Guide available/individuals - EN - FR - NL - Guide available/groups - EN - FR - NL

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