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  • 1 Town Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. Charles-1er B - 6000 Charleroi

    The Town Hall and its 70m-high belfry, designed by J. André and J. Cézar, were built in 1936. The Art Deco interior houses a Museum of Fine Arts with paintings by F.-J. Navez (born in Charleroi and student of David), C. Meunier, P. Paulus, Magritte, ..

  • 2 Le Bois du Cazier Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    r. du Cazier 80 B - 6001 Marcinelle

    On the site of the former Bois de Cazier colliery, the 8 August 1956 memorial commemorates one of Belgium's greatest mining disasters in which 262 miners died in a fire in the St-Charles mine. The museum of industry recalls Wallonia's rich industrial..

  • 3 Photography Museum of Mont-sur-Marchienne Interesting

    Museums and art

    R. Paul-Pastur 11 B - 6032 Mont-sur-Marchienne

    The Musée de la Photographie is housed in a neo-Gothic former Carmelite convent. The history of photography is presented from its beginnings and through the various changes in equipment and photographic style. There are works by the world's greatest ..

  • 4 Place du Manège

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    B - 6000 Charleroi

    Part of the Sunday market is held on this huge square, lined by the Exhibition Hall from 1954 and Palais des Beaux-Arts (exhibitions, concerts and various performances).

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