7 Sights in Sint-Truiden, Belgium (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Sint-Truiden, 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 7 sights are available in Sint-Truiden, Belgium.

List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Sint-Truiden

1. Vleeshuis

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Salt Lion's meat house is located next to Salt Lion City Hall in the large market. Although the sheets are located on Bogaarden Street, buildings are often incorrectly referred to as "sheets". After disappearing in the 17th century, the word lakenhalle reappeared around 1890, and then incorrectly pointed to the meat house next to the city hall. Salt Lion's Meat House existed as early as the 13th century, with hereditary meat banks. Knowledge of architectural history is still scarce. While next to City Hall, the meat house may be rebuilt. Three guilds and H's table. I wonder if you can do anything about this problem. At Meat House, Salt Lion Tourism Information Office.

Wikipedia: Vleeshuis (Zoutleeuw) (NL)

2. Sint-Leonarduskerk

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The Saint Leonard's Church in Zoutleeuw, Belgium, stands on the former site of a Romanesque chapel erected in 1125 by Benedictines from Vlierbeek Abbey near Leuven. Construction of the present church began around 1231, and additions continued into the 16th century. Rendered mainly in the Gothic style, the building in its oldest parts shows traces of the Romanesque architectural style.

Wikipedia: St. Leonard's Church, Zoutleeuw (EN)

3. Kasteel Nieuwenhoven

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Kasteel Nieuwenhoven Willy Leenders willy.leenders@pandora.be / Public domain

New Court's Castle is a hoof-built castle north of St Sweater, east of the new brand in the village of Berg-Limburg. Since the end of the 13th century, it has been the playground and summer resort of the Mujahideen Saints Monastery. In the 18th century, it became the permanent residence of the monastery.

Wikipedia: Kasteel van Nieuwenhoven (NL)

4. Stadhuis Zoutleeuw

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The Salt Lion City Hall (1530-1538) was built in a style that maintained the center between late Gothic and early Renaissance. The Treaty of Rome was probably its architect. The town hall was celebrated on Pentecost in 1538, and a brothel carved by jan casseloy was completed a year later.

Wikipedia: Stadhuis van Zoutleeuw (NL)

5. Sint-Martinuskerk

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The Sint-Martinuskerk is the parish church of Groot-Gelmen, located on Groot-Gelmen. The parish includes, in addition to the area of Groot-Gelmen, also the hamlet of Helshoven, which belongs to the Borgloon borough of Hoepertingen. Here is the protected chapel of Helshoven.

Wikipedia: Sint-Martinuskerk (Groot-Gelmen) (NL)

6. De Rode Leeuw

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De Rode Leeuw in Zoutleeuw is the branch of the KBC Bancassurance Group. It is a faithful reconstruction of the original house, a stately patrician dwelling. Part of the tower and the wall of the Sint-Truiden gate (1130) is incorporated into the side fa├žade of the house.

Wikipedia: De Rode Leeuw (NL)

7. Sint-Agnesbegijnhof

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Sint-Agnesbegijnhof Wasily / Public domain

The St. Trench Court, also known as the Mujahideen's Hedgehog Court, is the Belgian city's Hedgehog Court. The Rhine Wharf, known as the square-type Sint sweater, has been added to Unesco's World Heritage List since 1998, along with 12 other communities' Rhine canals.

Wikipedia: Sint-Agnesbegijnhof (NL)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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