The establishment of the village and church was undoubtedly due to the establishment of a Cluny Priory.
The 12th century Roman church, built from rubble stone known as "pierre d'avoine" for its oat-like colour, represents one of the pearls of the Condroz and is the only example of the Cluny architectural style in Belgium.
The magnificent baptismal fonts in Meuse limestone, also from the 12th century, complement this delightful and simple site. The fonts feature an ornate basin with bas-relief lions, on the corners four bearded faces, all set on a stock embellished with twelve small columns.
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