Cathedral de St-Aubain (St. Aubain Cathedral), Namur

3.1
#3 of 8 in Historic Sites in Namur
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • The Namur cathedral is dedicated to St. Aubain. In the place where it stands there was a romanesque church which had been founded as a collegiate in 1047, character which lasted until 1559 when the...  more »
  • It's large but seems neglected from the outside. Interior is in better condition, but it's not very spectacular. Built in the second half of 18th century in late Baroque style. The most interesting...  more »
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