Here you can find interesting sights in Seraing, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Seraing, Belgium.List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Seraing
1. Église Saint-Lambert
The church of Saint-Lambert de Grivegnée is a religious building in Liège (Belgium), used for Catholic worship until 2015, then for Protestant worship since 2017. Neo-Gothic style and built at the end of the nineteenth century, it was part of the former convent of the Oblate missionaries, now gone. It was the most important Catholic parish church in the District of Grivegnée. It is located rue du Beau Mur in the Bonne Femme district, at the foot of the hill of Fort de la Chartreuse.
2. Château Cockerill
Seraing Castle, also known as Prince-Bishop's Summer Palace or Cockerill Castle, is a castle on the banks of the Meuse River in Seraing, Belgium. The building was the residence of the Prince-Bishop of Liege until the 18th century, near the capital of the Principality of Liege. After the principality was secularized, the castle became home to steel producer John Cockerill.
3. Tour cybernétique
Liege Cybernetics Tower is an immortal work by French-Hungarian artist Nicolas Schaefer in 1961. It is located in Parc de la Boverie in Liege, Belgium, near Congrßs Palace, and was reopened in May 2016 after being out of service for more than 45 years. This is the artist's most memorable work.
4. Parc de la Boverie
Boverie Park is a park in the city of Lißge between the Meuse and Diverted Rivers in the district of Outremeuse. It is connected to the Mativa pier via the Mativa footbridge across the diverted route and to the Rome pier via the La Belle Li é geoise footbridge across the Meuse River.
5. Parc de Cointe
The Municipal Park of Cointe is a public park in the administrative district of Cointe, Liège. The park is divided into 3 zones; the sports and games plain, the landscaped park between the plain and Kleyer Boulevard and the wooded area below this boulevard.
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