Collégiale Sainte-Croix

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Rue Sainte-Croix
4000 Liège (Liège)
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The collegiate church of the Holy Cross was founded in 979 by bishop Notger. A section of wall in sandstone survives from the original construction. The West choir, which is Romano-Gothic (end of the 12th, early 13th century), contains an Invention of the Holy Cross by Bertholet Flémal (17th century). The East apse dates from the 13th century, the naves from the 14th century and the side chapels from the 15th century. Its three naves of equal height make it one of the rare hall type churches in the region.

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