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Trésor d'Hugo d'Oignies

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Private 8-hour excursion to Ghent and Antwerp from Brussels with Hotel Pick Up
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Private 8-hour excursion to Ghent and Antwerp from Brussels with Hotel Pick Up

Bruges and Ghent are two charming, small towns in Belgium, each just a short train ride away from Brussels. In a perfect world, Bruges and Ghent each deserve their own day for exploring. However, if you are short on time, you can visit Bruges and Ghent in one day.<br><br>Namur is the capital city of the Wallonia region of Belgium. At the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers is the Citadel, a medieval fortress with 7km of underground passages, gardens, views and a golden statue of a giant turtle. In town, the Felicien Rops Museum focuses on the works of this 19th-century, Namur-born erotic artist. The baroque St. Loup Church has marble columns and a richly carved ceiling.
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peery wrote a review Jul 2015
Oceanside20 contributions16 helpful votes
This is THE place to see in Namur, especially if you're into fancy jewelry, religious artwork, or fascinating history.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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Idler wrote a review Jun 2015
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom2,687 contributions774 helpful votes
We are biased- we love the art of the Middle Ages. A tape tour would have completed the experience, but it was worth every penny of €5. Highlights included: the famous bird reliquary; a small stained glass window, featuring the Virgin with the tenderest of expressions; a painted panel with Christ sitting on the cross, forlornly awaiting his crucifixion; 800 year old pouches, with tassels. These are but a few highlights. It is a lovely small museum.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Irwi wrote a review Apr 2015
Cork, Ireland478 contributions126 helpful votes
If you are interested in very old religious art and in particular gold reliquaries and wooden carvings you will find this small museum worthwhile. It is situated within the city on the main shopping street. There is also interesting information about the building itself and its stucco exterior.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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Babeliens wrote a review Mar 2015
Namur, Belgium82 contributions19 helpful votes
The exhibition is very insightful, linked in with history of the region, but also simply full of beautiful object which are given meaning
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Date of experience: July 2014
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Al_Ro83 wrote a review Aug 2014
Sao Paulo, SP16 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a small museum with the city of Namur. From outside, the museum does not attract any attention. However, it contains some of the finest medioval jewels I have ever seen. The richness of gold and gems and the quality of the details is impressive.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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