The Church of St. Clement (French: Église Saint-Clément, Dutch: Sint-Clemenskerk) is a Roman Catholic church in the municipality of Watermael-Boitsfort in Brussels (Belgium). It is one of the earliest examples of Romanesque architecture in Belgium, dating from the 11th century.
The Church of St. Clement is located in the Brussels municipality of Watermael-Boitsfort. The oldest parts of the church, the nave and bell tower date from the 11th century. Various architectural features were added to the church when it was restored in 1871, during which work a number of historic tombstones were recovered.
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