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Erected during 17th century, Church Saint-Loup (“Saint Wolf” – originally named Saint-Ignace) by Jesuits, the church promoted long time the Catholicism in a country more and more penetrated by the Reform faith. There are many enthusiastic reviews on Internet, so you should visit it too...More
Just to see the black and red columns in this old church is worth the visit. The ceiling artwork if also amazing. It is very easy to get to but not always open during times they advertise, but as long as the main doors are...More
... Let it be this one. We lucked out, trying to open the wrong door, and were welcomed by volunteers even though the church was undergoing restoration work. Beautifully preserved, and a marvel of woodwork, stone carving, and soaring volume. Ten confessionnals, all carved out...More
The facade of the church is admirable, unfortunately the main door goes directly to a small street, so nowadays we cannot step back enough to fully appreciate the whole facade. However, you should go inside the building (it is free access) and take a look...More
This church is filled with the most stunning carvings. Ten confessionals all completely different and intricately carved.
The internal seating seems to be removed for sight seeing, detracting from the ambience you would normally encounter when entering a church, it all seemed a little too...More
Good looking church, centrally situated in the old town, with reception by very friendly and informative host. Pretty confession booths done in dark wood, line the outer walls. Candles can be had for 1 EUR a piece. Wonderful spot for some solemn introspection and cooling...More
This church has an impressive ceiling and the woodwork along the walls is quite interesting. I still rate 'average' because there are so many fantastic church interiors in Belgium, often with great treasuries, paintings, or even frescoes.
17th century baroque, Jesuit church. Fantastic vaulted ceiling, restored to its former glory. One of the 3 locations in Namur of the Vices and Vertus exposition till 21.05.2017. Interesting works of Aidan Salakhova of sculptures in Carrera marble.