Eglise Saint-Martin de Reppe

The church of Saint Martin (Seilles)

When you reach the hamlet of Reppe, you will find the Romanesque church of Saint Martin. It stands opposite Andenelle, and although people call it a “chapel” it is actually one of the smallest churches in Belgium. Dedicated to Saint Martin, it was apparently built by the inhabitants circa 1050 out of coal-grit. The church complete with its 3 naves, its chancel and its sacristy, unfortunately lost its northern aisle in the middle of the 19th century.


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rue Reppe, 5300 Andenne


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