Notre Dame de Dinant

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Coordinates: 50°15′40″N 4°54′43″E / 50.261012°N 4.9120°E / 50.261012; 4.9120

The Church, with the city, the citadel, and the Meuse river

The Collegiate Church of Our Lady (French: Collégiale Notre Dame de Dinant) is a 13th-century Gothic cathedral in Dinant, a city in Waloon Belgium, on the banks of the River Meuse. The collegiate church[1] replaced a 10th-century Romanesque church which collapsed in 1228, leaving only the North door. Its most iconic part is the separate 16th century pear-shaped bell tower.



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