Here you can find interesting sights in Tongeren, 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 10 sights are available in Tongeren, Belgium.List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Tongeren
1. Tumulus van Koninksem (Paardsweidestraat)
The tumulus of Koninksem on the Paardsweidestraat or tumulus on the Binnenveldje is a Gallo-Roman burial mound in Koninksem in the Belgian municipality of Tongeren. It is located in the corner of the Paardsweidestraat with the Koninksemstraat, not far from the Roman Cobblestone, an old Roman heirbaan, called the N69 that leads from Tongeren towards Oerle. During the excavation that took place in 1849, it became clear that the burial mound had been looted. The tumulus dates from the period from the 1st to 3rd century.
2. Tumulus van Koninksem (Romeinse Kassei)
The Tumulus of Koninksem on the Roman Kassei is a Gallo-Roman burial mound in Koninksem in the Belgian municipality of Tongeren. She is located right on the Roman Kassei, an ancient Roman Heirbaan, called the N69 that leads from Tongeren towards Oerle. In 1747 the tumulus was already investigated on behalf of Lodewijk XV. The hill was partially excavated in around 1850. Now she is enclosed between houses. The tumulus dates from the period from the 1st to 3rd century.
The starving gallo-romeins temple complex, located northwest of the city, is starving. The complex of Roman temples is located in cesarlaan, outside the current city centre (r72), northeast of Hasseltsestroad (n20) and southwest of Bilzerstroad (n730). She is behind a Roman wall, which still remains. She is now on the grounds of the Royal Institute of Technology, where Stone marks the location of the temple.
4. Gallo-Roman Museum
The Gallo-Roman Museum is an archeological museum in Tongeren. It is dedicated to the prehistorical times and Roman age of the region in South East Flanders. The museum was established in 1954 and received its modern building in 1994. In 2011, it was awarded as the European Museum of the Year.
St. Gill's Church, sometimes called the Church, is a small church in the Belgian congregation in limburg province. The church is located on Plastic Film Street on the east side of the area. When the streets were widened in 1871, the walled cemetery around the church was shortened.
The Sint-Jan-de-Doperkerk or Sint-Jan Baptistkerk is a church building in the Belgian city of Tongeren in the province of Limburg. The church is located on the Sint-Jansstraat and the Minderbroedersstraat in the center of Tongeren, is higher and dominates the street scene.
Santa Catarin Church, also known as the Rhine Wharf Church or Watercolor Church, is a former church building in the Belgian city of Limburg. The church is surrounded by Brewery Street, Santa Kata Avenue and Santa Rosa Street. Santa Catalin Church is the center of hunger.
The Beguinage of Tongeren or Beguinage of Saint Catherine is a beguinage in the Belgian city of Tongeren and is one of the oldest beguinages in Flanders. The beguinage is considered to be of the so-called urban type and is located in the southeast of the city center.
The Sint-Servaaskerk is a church building in Koninksem in the Belgian municipality of Tongeren in the province of Limburg. The church is located on the Kerkstraat and the Koninksemstraat with the church around the cemetery.
The Basilica of Our Lady also called Old Cathedral of Tongeren It is the main place of Catholic worship in the city of Tongeren, Belgium and the former cathedral of the suppressed diocese of Tongeren.
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