Namur is the capital of the province of Namur in Belgium. It is located in the Ardennes at the confluence of the Samber and the Meuse rivers. The most important and popular sight is the Citadel, one of Europe's largest fortresses.

The Citadel of Namur

The Citadel of Namur

Statue of King Albert I Statue of King Albert I

Saint-Aubain CathedralSaint-Aubain Cathedral

Old Stock Market Old stock exchange on the Place d'Armes

Hall Al'Chair Hall Al'Chair, archaeological museum

Djoseph and Franchwes"Djoseph and Franchwes" made by Jean Legrand

Belfry Tower Belfry tower

Street Namur

Marie-Spilar Tower Marie-Spilar tower

Rue Bas de la Place Rue Bas de la Place

The Royal Theatre The Royal Theatre of Namur

Meuse River View of the Meuse river

Samber River The Samber river with the Citadel on the right bank
Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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Trotter said...

Hi Juka! This one I know... Looks great in your pictures!!

What about Ephesus? Blogtrotter Two has it... ;) Enjoy and have a great week!!

Mandy said...

Lovely photos, as always! I especially like the Belfry and Marie-Spilar towers as well as the Victorian red brick buildings.