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Basilique de Saint-Hubert
1 place de l'Abbaye
The church’s Flamboyant Gothic apse was built between 1526 and 1564, and its Baroque facade was built later, between 1700 and 1702. The oldest part of the building is the Norman crypt, dating from 1064. Inside the church are stalls dedicated to St Benedict and St Hubert, a shrine donated by King Leopold I of the Belgians, and an altar dedicated to St Hubert.
The Basilica of Saint-Hubert is a place of pilgrimage in honour of Saint Hubert, the patron saint of hunters, and is recognised as an exceptional heritage site in Wallonia. It seduces the visitor with its majesty and elegance. Although the first foundation dates back to the 9th century, the current building was mainly constructed in the 16th century. The basilica, a true lesson in the history of architectural evolution, recalls the Romanesque style, the abundant Gothic and the Renaissance; the baroque of the façade from the beginning of the 13th century contrasts with the interior where the light gives all its intensity to the colours of the materials.
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Rome en Ardenne, la plus rayonnante des abbayes bénédictines
Découverte de la Basilique de Saint-Hubert
Visite guidée comprenant les combles, clocher et carillon
Visite guidée classique
Les Combles de la Basilique de Saint-Hubert