Liège Cathedral, otherwise St. Paul's Cathedral, Liège, in Liège, Belgium, is part of the religious heritage of Liège. Founded in the 10th century, it was rebuilt from the 13th to the 15th century and restored in the mid-19th century. It became a Catholic cathedral in the 19th century due to the destruction of Saint Lambert's Cathedral in 1795. It is the seat of the Diocese of Liège.
During the French Revolution the ancient cathedral of Liège, St. Lambert's, was destroyed. After the revolution the former collegiate church of St. Paul's was elevated in rank, becoming the current Liège Cathedral.
Ricardo Mota | Feb 27, 2018
The exterior does no justice to the magnificent interior. The way the light penetrates, the quality of the artwork and the general feeling bring an amazing sense of peace and tranquility...
Kevin Bullard | Apr 13, 2018
Big place...very nicely maintained
Balu T R | Jan 19, 2018
A cathedral of great artistic and historical value.
György Mészáros | Aug 27, 2017
An optimal combination of old architecture and modern art (very rare)
Thomas Fuhrmann | Mar 14, 2018
Nice church ⛪
Diego | May 2, 2018
Very big cathedral, still looked like it was in original state in the inside.
Adel Yaser | May 23, 2018
Nice place to visit
Davide Nolè | Jun 29, 2018
Amazing cathedral, unfortunately when I saw it it was half-covered because of cleaning. The internal part is stunning, and the famous sculptures and pulpits are really worth a visit. It was way less crowded than I expected, probably due to the fact that I had my visit outside of a period of holiday.
Peter Lane | Jun 29, 2018
A quiet and cool refuge from the bustle of Liege. Visit is free, but Treasury costs extra.
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