Saint-Loup Church, standing in the historical heart of Namur, is one of the gems of Baroque art in the old south Low Countries (Belgium). Build between 1621 and 1645 by architect Pieter Huyssens, a Jesuit brother, it faithfully reflects the precept of the 16th century Counter-Reformation initiated by the Council of Trent. The vault, marble and furniture (confessionals and communion rail) make this church part of the exceptional heritage of Wallonia.
Rue du Collège 9, 5000 Namur, Belgique
+32 81 24 71 10
€2 per person for admission to the church. Guided tour subject to payment of a supplement, to be combined with the old districts: €5.50 per person – minimum 12 people or fixed rate of €66 for groups of fewer than 12 people.