An Art Nouveau facade in the Rue de la Montagne 38, Charleroi
The Marche-les-Dames cloister area near Namur
The church of St. Jean in Namur (at the fruit market)
A detail of the facade of the museum La Boverie in Liège
Interesting stone mix on the outer walls of Tournai cathedral
A typical house in the old town of Namur

In July I was on a nice trip to Wallonia. This formerly heavily industrialized region of Belgium is still undergoing massive structural change, but it is already not stingy with attractions, especially since it also has an extremely large number of cultural treasures (cathedrals, churches, rococo town houses, etc.) from times before industrialization. I can only recommend this region as a travel destination – especially since Charleroi, with its Marcinelle district, is one of the birthplaces of European comics!