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The Notre-Dame church is located in the district of Givet Notre-Dame (right bank) on the banks of the Meuse.
The anchors you will see on the tower date from 1612.
Heavily damaged after the bombardment of 1675 by the troops of Marshal de Créqui, it was then rebuilt in 1686.
Enlargement at the beginning of the 1704th century (XNUMX) of the building by reversal. As a result, the bell tower now dominates the High Altar, a rather exceptional case. This church houses a painting of “The Crucifixion of the Lord” (work by Rubens or Van Dyck). The High Altar is a beautiful piece of marble Renaissance architecture. The building has remarkable stained glass windows. Please note The church is only open to the public during religious services.