Namur Heritage

A cathedral, castles, citadels, mansion houses, villas, parks, gardens, great and small traditions – the heritage of the province of Namur will win over even the most demanding lovers of art and history. The province of Namur abounds in testimonies to an age-old region. They bear witness to a past that dates back to prehistoric times, continues through the Merovingian and Carolingian Middle Ages, teems with events in modern times and still radiates throughout Europe today.

Saint-Loup Church
Saint-Loup Church
The great undergrounds of the citadel Namur
The Underground Tunnels of the Citadel of Namur
Belfry
The Namur Belfry
Saint Aubain Cathedral
Saint Aubain Cathedral
Hall al'Chair
Halle al’Chair building
Inside the theater of Namur
Inside the theater of Namur
Citadel of Namur illuminated
Citadel of Namur illuminated
The walloon fresco - Gardens of the City Hall
The walloon fresco – Gardens of the City Hall
Lightening of the Carmes Street
Lightening of the Carmes Street
The Bridge of Jambes, the Citadel and the Parliament of Wallonia
Jambes Bridge, the Citadel and the Parliament of Wallonia