Ancient Saint-Etienne church

Under a slate roof, this building from 1547 is of the “Halle-Kirche” type: three low naves with pointed vaults are separated by cylindrical columns with an octagonal base.

The tower, massive and blind, is topped by a spire above an octagonal bulbous bulge. The wide arched portal is equipped with a beautiful studded oak door.

In 1912, Saint-Etienne was deconsecrated and a new church was built. This remarkable building was classified in 1938.


Rue des Deux Églises

B-6717 Attert (Attert)

49.75063 5.78841 11

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Language(s) French