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1. Attaque du 29 mai 2018
On 29 May 2018, Benjamin Herman, a prisoner on temporary leave from prison, stabbed two female police officers, took their guns, shot and killed them and a civilian in Liège, Belgium. The gunman took a woman hostage before he was killed by police. The attacker had since 2017 been suspected of having been radicalised in prison after converting to Islam, and was reported to be part of the entourage of a prison Islamist recruiter. The method of the attack was said by investigators to match and be specifically encouraged by the Islamic State which claimed the attack. Prosecutors say they are treating the attacks as "terrorist murder". The attack is treated as "jihadist terrorism" by Europol.
2. Collégiale Saint-Barthélemy
The Collegiate Church of St. Bartholomew is an historical building in Liège, Belgium. Founded outside the city walls, it was built in coal sandstone, starting in the late 11th century and lasting until the late 12th century. It underwent, like most ancient religious buildings, modifications through the centuries. Nevertheless, the Meuse Romanesque—Ottonian architecture character of its architecture remained deeply rooted. The 18th century saw the addition of two more aisles, the opening of a neoclassical portal in the walls of the westwork, and the French Baroque redecoration of the interior. The interior of the western section has recently been restored back to the original style.
3. La Boverie
La Boverie is a museum in the city of Liège in Belgium. It opened in May 2016. It is housed in the former Palais des beaux-arts de Liège, built in the Parc de la Boverie for the Liège International in 1905. The building previously housed the prints and drawings collections (1952-1980) of the city's Musée des Beaux-Arts and the Walloon art collections of the city's Académie royale des beaux-arts (1970s-1980), before becoming the Musée d'art moderne from 1980 to 2011. MMAC was merged with the prints, drawings and Walloon collections in 2011 to form a new single collection known as the 'musée des Beaux-Arts'.
4. Musée Wittert
Art Museum of the University of Liège, the Wittert Museum preserves more than 60,000 works of various kinds. Located in one of the oldest wings of the University, Place du 20-Août in Liège, it changed its name in 2018 and underwent redevelopment. New signage has been installed and the exhibition spaces have been completely redesigned so as to be able to present alternately the semi-permanent exhibition "Wonders and curiosities of the art collections of the University of Liège" and temporary exhibitions.
5. Basilique Saint-Martin
St Martin's Basilica in Liège, is a Roman Catholic church situated on the Publémont hill in the city centre. It was initially built as a Romanesque structure in the 10th century, which in 1246 held the first celebration of an annual 'Fête-Dieu', the festival later known as Corpus Christi. This structure was replaced by a Gothic building in the 16th century. Up until the Liège Revolution it was one of the seven collegiate churches of Liège. In 1886 it was promoted to the rank of minor basilica.
6. Église Saint-Lambert
The Saint-Lambert church in Grivegnée is a religious building in Liège (Belgium), used for Catholic worship until 2015, then for Protestant worship since 2017. of neo-Gothic style and built at the end of the 19th century, She was part of the former Oblates missionaries convent, now left. She was the most important Catholic parish church in the Grivegnée district. It is located rue du Beau Mur in the Bonne Femme district, at the foot of the Hill of Fort de la Chartreuse.
7. Collégiale Sainte-Croix
Holy Cross Church is a church in Liège, Belgium, located on place Verte in the corner of rue Sainte-Croix and rue Haute-Sauvenière. It was founded between 976 and 986 by bishop Notger and held the original St Hubert's Key, previously in the treasury of St Peter's Church. Previously a collegiate church, its chapter of secular canons was suppressed in 1797 following the Liège Revolution. The church itself was handed back for use as a worship space in 1802.
8. Dieudonné Lambrecht
Dieudon é Lambrecht, born on May 4, 1882 in the Thier-à-Lißge district of Liege, was shot dead by the Germans in Chartreuse de Lißge on April 18, 1916, and was an intelligence officer during the First World War. He is the founder and leader of the Allied intelligence network Lambrecht, which will be taken over by Walthßre Dew é. The White Lady network was restarted under Clarence's name during the Second World War.
9. Église de l'abbaye de la Paix Notre-Dame
Notre Dame Peace Monastery in Liege is a Benedictine monastery in Liege, built in 1627 and located at 52-54 Avroy Avenue. The founding nun of the Benedictine Peace Church of Notre Dame is from Namur. The institution was maintained after 45 years of interruption after the French Revolution. The monastery was built between 1686 and 1690 according to the plan of Antoinette Demullins, a nun from Monte.
10. Église Saint-Jacques
St James's Church is a church dedicated to James the Less in the Belgian city of Liège, founded in 1015 by bishop Baldrick II as the church for a Benedictine abbey. On the demolition of St Peter's Church it became one of the seven collegiate churches in the city. Its chapter was abolished in 1801 and the church converted into a parish church.
11. Chapelle des Filles de la Croix
Capucines Monastery, located outside Liege Castle, was built in 1626 at the corner of Champion's cul-de-sac. The Abbey Church was built in 1646. It was sold to the Revolution, and after becoming private property, it was occupied by the daughters of the cross. It is currently a normal school and Mary Trace's secondary school.
12. Église Saint-Servais
The Saint-Servais church is a Catholic religious building located rue Fonde Saint-Servais in the Pierreuse district near the Liège-Saint-Lambert station, in Liège (Belgium). The first church was founded in the 10th century. Several times rebuilt and modified over the centuries it is one of the oldest churches in the city.
13. Mémorial Albert Ier
The Albert I Monument stands at the top of the island of Monsin, which separates the Meuse River from the Albert Canal downstream of Liege. In August 1939, Leopold III unveiled the canal in memory of Albert I, and Albert I himself unveiled the canal project on May 31, 1930. The architect is Joseph Moutschen.
14. Aquarium & Museum
The Maison de la Science is a museum of the University of Liège, established in Liège, Belgium, offering a series of demonstrations, automated showcases whose aim is to discover the sciences while having fun. It concretely highlights the applications of discoveries made in biology, chemistry and physics.
15. Parc de la Boverie
The Boverie Park is a park in the city of Liège located between the Meuse and the derivation in the administrative district of Outremuse. It is connected to the Quai Mativa by the Mativa bridge, spanning the derivation, and to the Quai de Rome by the La Boutere la Belle Liégeoise beyond the Meuse.
16. Église Saint-Pholien
St. Pholien Church is a Catholic building in the Outremeuse district of Liege, Belgium, at the eastern end of Constitution Avenue. The first 12th century church was rebuilt many times. The present building was built in 1914. The church was built under the patronage of St. Fauren de Foss.
17. Mémorial Interallié
Interali é Memorial is a memorial in Liege, Belgium, built after the First World War. The monument consists of the Church of the Sacred Heart as a religious building and a tower as a civilian monument to commemorate the Allied participation in the First World War.
18. Parc de Cointe
The Cointe Communal Park is a Liège public park located in the Cointe administrative district. The park is divided into 3 zones; The Sports and Games plain, the landscaped park between the plain and the Kleyer boulevard and the wooded area below this boulevard.
The Archéoforum is an archaeological museum on place Saint-Lambert in Liège in Belgium. It is centered on the ruins of Saint Lambert's Cathedral and also includes the remains of a Gallo-Roman villa as well as displaying objects from the Mesolithic onward.
20. Chapelle Saint-Roch
Saint-Roch en Volißre Chapel is a Catholic religious building built in 1558 and is the site of the Cellites Brothers Monastery in Liege. The chapel was renovated, and the relics of St. Roque and St. Alexis were placed in 1682 and 1685 respectively.
21. Église du Saint-Sacrement
Sacramental Church is a Roman Catholic church in Liege, Belgium. It was enshrined in 1527, rebuilt by Jacques-Bartlett Reynolds in 1750, and was part of Augustine's monastery before it was demolished after the French Revolution on September 1, 1796.
22. Église Sainte-Véronique
St. Veronica Church is a Roman Catholic church in Liege, Belgium. The present church, located in Sainte-V é ronique Square in Avroy District, was built in 1848 to replace a 17th century building with foundations dating back to the Middle Ages.
23. Palais des Princes-Évèques
The Palace of the Prince-Bishops is a historic building situated on the Place Saint-Lambert in the centre of Liège, Belgium. It was the residence of former Prince-Bishops of Liège. It once faced the monumental Cathedral of Saint Lambert.
24. Jardins Jean-Bernard Lejeune
The Jean-Bernard Lejeune garden is a garden in the city of Liège, in Belgium furnished in the early 1970s. Crossed by rue Louvrex, it is located not far from the city center, above a tunnel serving as an exit at the A602-E25 motorway.
25. Jardin botanique
Liege Botanical Garden is the former botanical garden of Liege University in Belgium. Its park is not far from the city center, providing a green environment for local residents. There are some rare tree species from all continents.
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