Photo by Els Slots.

The Belfries of Belgium and France symbolize the growing independence of cities from the feudal system in the Middle Ages.

The site comprises 56 bell towers that were built between the 11th and 20th centuries. The towers are mostly found in town centers, and connected to the local town hall or church. They were used as watch towers but also as meeting places for the city councils.

Community Perspective: “They’re all different” – so you have to visit a couple of them to get the idea. Fortunately, they are often located in towns that are also part of the Flemish Beguinages WHS, or are WHS in their own right – Nan has provided a list of possible combinations.

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Malta - 28-Jun-20 -

Belfries by Clyde

After a recent road trip in June 2020, I have now visited 23 out of the 33 Belgian Belfries and only 2 out of the 23 French ones, something I hope to make up for in the near future.

Without repeating what has already been mentioned before, I would like to underline the very good information, map and pictures on Wikipedia (search Belfries of Belgium and France). This can come in handy to plan the most convenient loop if you're travelling by car, as well as to know what to look for when you're in town.

Most inscribed Belgian Belfries are quite straightforward to spot and lie in the main square. Others aren't, and here I can highlight a number of them such as the one in Namur which seems more like a round tower, the one in Tienen - make sure to look out for the UNESCO information board/sign as you can easily be misled by the Church of Our Lady of the Lake belfry which is not inscribed, in Leuven you can easily be misled by the University Library or City Hall but it's the unfinished tower of St. Peter's Church which is inscribed, in Zouitleeuw there's no belfry proper but St. Leonard's Church with its central tower, in Sint Truiden the city hall tower is inscribed not the Church of Saint Martin or the gothic church of Our Lady, and in Dendermonde the city hall belfry is inscribed not the octagonal tower of the Sheldt gothic church or the Justice Palace's tower.

Moreover, even though we have a connection named Exact locations inscribed twice (or more), it is worth highlighting the locations with inscribed belfries as well as Flemish beguinages (9 out of the 13 locations), namely Leuven, Dendermonde, Lier, Sint Truiden, Tongeren, Mechelen, Ghent, Kortrijk and Bruges.

Most of the Flemish belfries have an white/light yellow information board with the UNESCO symbol, but the ones in Namur and Lier also have a  metal UNESCO inscription plaque.

I really enjoyed most of the belfries (and beguinages, more in a separate review), and I plan to complete the remaining 10 in Belgium and cover more in France. Photo: Aalst (top left), Tongeren (top right), Sint Truiden (bottom left), and Dendermonde (bottom right).

Travel Addicts

USA - 20-Oct-19 -

Belfries by Travel Addicts

Over the last two years, we’ve had four different trips to Belgium and France, which has given us plenty of time to explore the various Belfries of Belgium and France UNESCO site.  The 56 buildings under the UNESCO designation are spread over hundreds of kilometers, so it takes bit of travel to see them all (or even most of them).

It wasn’t really our intention to explore the belfries, but we kind of stumbled into it.  On our first trip to Flanders, I remember being stunned by the belfry in Bruges.  But pondering the building while having lunch, I remember thinking, but it’s not part of a church.  And so began our indoctrination to the Belfries of Belgium and France.

Unlike elsewhere in Europe, the towers are secular in both construction and use.  They are watchtowers and clock towers.  Elsewhere in Europe, the church occupies the most prominent space in town, but in Flanders and Wallonia (and nearby in France), it is the government that gets the coveted role.

Some of our favorite belfries were:  Ghent, Antwerp, and Leuven.  Someday, we’ll manage to make it all 56 on the list.

Read more from Travel Addicts here.

Jakob Frenzel

Germany - 02-May-19 -

Belfries by Jakob Frenzel

July 2018 - Roadtrip through Belgium and northern France. We visited some  of the Belfries. The most impressive one we visited in Lille, instead of all the medieval towers, this one is from the 1920s. Lille has another wonderful belfries, that doesnt belong to Unesco though.

However I visited other belfries in 2009, 2012, 2015 and 2016. 2009: Bruges (known from the movie), Mechelen (impressive from far away),  Antwerpen (whole city amazing) and Ghent (whole city amazing as well), 2016: Charleroi (rest of city rather boring), 2018: Namur, Mons, Lille and Amiens. The WHS ist quite interesting, but as already stated, some belfries seem to be missing, some are not that impressive. I tkink its impossible and not necessary to visit all of them.

S. Anril Tiatco

Philippines - 14-Oct-18 -

My visits to Flanders (Brussels and Brugge in 2016; Antwerp, Mechelen, and Ghent in 2018) were also visits to some spectacular towers called the Belfries. Many of the towers I saw are attached to other huge structures. Many of them support the carillon bells, which are played every hour providing a soundscape that brings everyone back in time. I learned from my arts studies class back in college that etymologically, belfries have nothing to do with bells. The word is derived from the Medieval French word berfrei that literally means tower in a fortress (or a castle). Sometimes, it is used to denote the high watchtower of a fortification of the Medieval era.

Today, belfry is used to refer to Gothic, Medieval and early Renaissance architecture dominant in Belgium and Northern France. They were once upon a time symbols of power and influence. Many of them were extensions of Medieval cathedrals such as the belfry in Mechelen (attached to St. Rumbold’s Cathedral), in Ghent (attached to St. Bava’s Cathedral) and in Antwerp (attached to the Cathedral of our Lady). Some are the primary motifs of town or city halls (as in Mechelen, Antwerp, and Brussels). It makes sense that these towers are adjacent to churches and city halls because the Medieval era is the era of the Church’s authority. Once upon a time, the city halls were even owned by the Church.

During my travels to Flanders, I was able to explore the following belfries designated as WHS: The Belfry of Brugge (Brugge); The Belfry of St. Bava’s Cathedral (Ghent); The Belfry of Antwerp City Hall (Antwerp); The Belfry of the Cathedral of our Lady (Antwerp); The Belfry of St. Rumbold’s Cathedral (Mechelen); and The Belfry of Mechelen’s City Hall (Mechelen).

The Belfry of Brussel’s City Hall is also worth mentioning here because it is also a WHS. However, its inclusion is not within the designation of The Belfries of Belgium and France but as part of La Grand-Place, Brussels.

I have yet to see other belfries – in Leuven, in other Flemish cities, in Wallonia and even in France.

For more commentaries on the belfries of Belgium and France, please click here.

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Jay T

USA - 23-Sep-18 -

Belfries by Jay T

With the wars that have been fought over Belgium and France, I am amazed that so many belfries are still standing or have been rebuilt. The Ypres Cloth Hall bell tower was one of those reconstructed after World War I, and I visited the tower as part of a visit to the In Flanders Field museum last month. The tower was rather plain, but it offered great views of the town and countryside. There was also an exhibit on the historical cat festival, during which a cat (thankfully now a stuffed animal) is tossed from the top of the tower for good fortune. From Ypres I continued to Bruges, and its bell tower, standing tall over the market square, was more impressive. It also afforded excellent views of the city environs. I visited two more belfries in Antwerp. The tower on the Antwerp town hall was covered in scaffolding, and did not seem particularly memorable, but the belfry on the Cathedral of Our Lady was exquisite. Unfortunately, it did not appear that tours were available for this tallest church tower in Belgium. I still am not certain why so many belfries in Belgium and France needed to be inscribed for this World Heritage Site -- it seems rather excessive. That said, I had a great time hunting for the towers with friends while in Belgium.

Logistics: These belfries are in major cities, and are accessible by train. Many other sites would seem to require either private transportation or advanced planning for public transportation.

Joel on the Road

Australia - 18-Aug-17 -

Belfries by Joel Baldwin

So many belfries! My wife and I visited Belgium in August 2017, and decided to see a representative sample of the belfries on the list. In the end we saw two cathedral belfries (in Antwerp and Leuwen), a town hall belfry (Antwerp), two marketplace belfries (Bruges and Ypres), and two standalone belfries (Tournai and Mons).

Of these, I think Antwerp cathedral, Bruges and Tournai are the most impressive mainly due to their height and imposition on the surrounding area. And if you're going to climb one, don't make it the one in Bruges! It's 10 euros, while climbing in Tournai is 2 euros.

See below for my full Youtube review.

Read more from Joel on the Road here.


Germany - 10-Jul-17 -

Belfries by nan

I fondly remember a comment made by Ian in his review of Telc: In a country that has plenty of pretty town squares this one has to take the prize for the prettiest.. Those words rang very true at the time as I stood on the Telc town square and accompanied me along my travels in Czechia.

These words echoed again in my mind as I visited a few more of the Belfries on a short weekend trip to Belgium and Northern France. But... Instead of inscribing a representative subset of Belfries - let alone the single best one - it feels like the Belgian and French authorities went the opposite way: Put each and every Belfry on the list that there is. This includes rather simple examples such as the one in Kortrijk. Or very modern structures - looking at you, Lille - that are more of an architectural quote than an original Belfry. You also find reconstructions such as the one in Arras which was destroyed during World War 1. Finally, multiple places are WHS on their own or closely tied to one (Brugges, Tournai).

Still, I had a very pleasant time seeing yet more Belfries. Flanders is a blessed area of the world rich in culture and history. Drop me off in any Belgian city and I will enjoy myself. But this also holds true for most Czech cities of which not every one boasts a WHS market square. In the end, as much as I enjoyed the scavanger hunt, I feel the Czech approach is the proper one for WHS.

Where to go?

If I had to pick the best site, I would probably say Antwerp. In the end it's not really about the Belfries themselves, but what else the city has to offer. And Antwerp as a city is a clear favorite of mine. It also seems to be the city with the most inscribed locations for Belfries.

If you are looking at combining your Belfry visit with other WHS, you have plenty of options to do so:

Of the sites I have seen, I would single out Lille as being a terrible first visit. My parents went, couldn't find it at first, couldn't believe they had actually found it and then had good laugh. I get their point. It's fairly modern and not part of the old town. It is amusing to see, though, when you have seen some of the more classical ones before.

Personally, I still want to visit Gent. And having passed the city quite a few times by train, each time thinking how great the Belfry looks, I also want to see Mechelen.

Getting There and Around

Belgium and Northern France are blessed with splendid public transport options, most of these listed in google maps. The distances aren't that great either, so happy hunting.

Gary Arndt

USA - 11-Mar-17 -

Belfries by Gary Arndt

I've visited several of the belfry sites from 2009 to 2017.

Each of the various belfries is usually the tallest structure in each town, built for defensive and civic purposes. Contrary to what most people might think, the belfries were mostly secular, with only a few of the structures being associated with churches.

Visiting any of the individual belfries isn't that hard, as it is just a matter of going to the particular town where the belfry is located. Getting to all 55 would just be a matter of determination.

Read more on my website about the Belfries of Belgium and France.

Thibault Magnien

Belgium, France - 14-Oct-14 -

Belfries by Thibault Magnien

"The Belfries" is one of my favourite sites, bringing together the "quest" aspect behind it and the the typical shape of these buildings. Having studied in Lille and still living in around Luxembourg, I have had time to run after all these towers. I could enter in several of them.

So far, I have seen 55 of the belfries. Only missing Boulogne.

The most amazing ones were Ypres, Gand, Tournai, Bruges, Aalst, Arras, Armentières, Mons, Béthune, Douai, Calais and Rue.

Els Slots

The Netherlands - 26-Sep-13 -

Belfries by Els Slots

Of the numerous belfries in Belgium, I first visited the one in Lier. Lier is a picturesque small town near Antwerp. It also has an old Beguinage, part of another world heritage. The tower in Lier distinguishes itself because of the 4 little towers. It's situated at a typical Flemish square, where a market for pigeon enthusiasts was going on when I was there.

The belfry in Leuven, another nice Flemish town, I visited four years later. It's part of St. Peter's church. This tower has quite an unusual shape because it was left unfinished.

The first French belfry I saw in Amiens. I had expected Amiens to be a lot more like those Belgian towns, but there isn't much left of its medieval history besides the city's two highlights: the Cathedral and this belfry.

The belfry in Gent was the first one that I climbed. Its stairs are narrow and winding, so it is not for all. I met an English-speaking tourist on the way up, who had left his wife behind downstairs. It does reward one with a magnificent view of the skyline of Gent.

I visited during the festivities of its 700th birthday (1313-2013). The circuit let us also into the quarters of the St. Michaels guild (now a fencing club) in the Cloth Hall that is built against the belfry. With a good zoom lens, you can also see the 4 guard statues that are placed on the corners of the belfry.


Malta - 07-Sep-12 -

Belfries by Clyde

This has to be one of the easiest WHS to tick off your list if you only intend to view one or a few of the 33 Belgian sites + 23 French sites in this entry. However, it is quite a task to visit all of them since they are scattered all over both countries. I have visited 16 sites in total (14 in Belgium and 2 in France) and climbed most of the belfries where this was possible. My favourite one is that of Tournai, adorning the square below and the cathedral nearby (another WHS), closely followed by the belfries of Antwerp and Bruges for their architectural beauty and importance.

Gene Mosher

USA - 04-Dec-11 -

My wife, Barbara and I were guests of Eddy Baeyens (of Buggenhout) in November of 2011. Eddy and I were schoolmates from Xaverius College (Borgerhout) in 65-66. Eddy had arranged for us to climb to the top of the Stadhuis Belfry in Dendermonde and to be given a hands on explanation of the Carillon and even a brief, unscheduled concert by the Carillon Master, Marc Van Boven. I was also given the opportunity to play a little tune on the Carillon myself! It was a very long 160 step trip to the top of the Belfry where the 49 bells are, even above the clock. There was just enough room for the three of us. A wonderful experience!

John booth

New Zealand - 11-May-10 -

Belfries by John Booth

Visiting the belfries of northern France and Belgium involves travelling to many little-known towns that are well off the tourist trail. So on my visit to the region I covered some of the 56 included in the WHS, and found them to be all different - no two alike. It was quickly apparent that much of what I saw were copies, that the originals had been destroyed in WW1, WW11 or both:

Amiens - a short squat tower close to the cathedral (also a WHS)

Calais - a tall red brick tower attached to the town hall

Boulogne - square and grey, and now a war memorial

Hesdin - appears to poke out of the town hall roof, the lower part can be seen inside the tourist office

Rue - large squat tower

Abbeville - tall square tower

Loos - a tall red brick tower with corbels and turrets

Lille - very tall, slim red brick tower

Bethune - decrepit and grimy

Comines - red brick with onion dome roof

Gravellines - tall yellow brick tower

Dunkirk (St Eloi) - a tall square tower

Dunkirk (town hall) - red brick tower attached to the town hall

Bergues - tall yellow brick tower with onion dome roof

Bailleul - tall yellow brick tower with lantern roof

Armentiers - tall red brick tower with spire, attached to the town hall

Cambrai - tall grey stone, originally a church tower

Douai - grey stone tower attached to the town hall, with a brilliant 62 bell carillion

Arras - a yellow brick monument attached to the town hall

Tournai - elegant white stone tower

Roeslare - tall square tower attached to the town hall

Oudenaarde - a tall ornate tower, an integral part of the town hall

Kortrijk - a short red brick tower with turrets

Menen - octagonal red brick tower

Ypres - large and squat with turrets, attached to the cloth hall (near the Menen Gate, a huge WW1 memorial)

Mons - tall grey stone tower with onion dome roof

Charleroi - a tall slender tower

Gembloux - a brick tower with onion dome roof

Namur - a squat, circular tower

Binche - a tall brick tower with a tiered roof, attached to the town hall

Ghent - a stone tower with spire

Eeklo - a slender red brick tower overshadwed by a somber church tower nearby

Veurne - wedding cake style, overshadowed by a huge church behind

Dixmude - tall towerr attached to the town hall

Tielt - a cute brick tower with a lantern roof

Dendermonde - tall white brick tower attached to the town hall

Aalst - white brick tower with corbels and decorative panels

Bruges - a square and circular wedding cake tower of white stone

Tongeren - a large square tower attached to a church

Tienen - square tower attached to St Gemanicus' church

Mechlen - multi facetted tower of St Rombould's cathedral

Antwerp - tall spire attached to the OLV cathedral

Antwerp - squat tower attached to the town hall

Herentals - a slim circular brick tower on a triangular gable

Lier - a white tower with steeple, attached to the town hall.

Klaus Freisinger

Austria - 01-Aug-06 -

Formerly known as the Belfries of Flanders and Wallonia and now called the Belfries of Belgium and France after 23 such buildings in the north of France were added to the 33 already on the List from Belgium, these make an easy site to visit, since you can go to almost any town in Belgium or northern France and see a belfry there that's probably on the List. Generally speaking, a belfry is a symbol of a city's freedom from some outside overlord (as opposed to a castle - symbol of the feudal lords - and a belltower - symbol of the church) and later came to signify a city's wealth and prosperity. The ones I have seen are the ones in Ghent (a huge building that used to function as a fortified watchtower, also the only one I have seen from the inside - there are lots of stairs and a lift to take you to the top to enjoy a great view over the city), Bruges (a symbol of the city known the world over, as evidenced by the Longfellow poem The Belfry of Bruges; by law, no building in the city may be higher than the belfry), Lier (attached to the Town Hall), Leuven (part of St. Peter's Church, but not well visible), the 2 in Antwerp (cathedral and town hall), the 2 in Mechelen (also cathedral - very impressive - and town hall - the belfry forms the middle part of the building and is quite low), and the one in Amiens in France (quite nice, but nothing outstanding).

Marcel Schmitz

Germany - 27-Jul-05 -

I visited the town of Brugge in summer 2004 as I had to take a train from there back home so that I could subscribe for university just in time. I've been on vacation in northern France, directly behind the Belgian boarder and so used around six hours to visit this town. The Belfry of Brugge is really beautiful and it definately dominates the market square. I sat in a café at the market and had a lovely view to this amazing building which is really worth a visit.

William Sambrook

England - 01-May-05 -

The beautiful belfry in Mons (Hainaut) is the only Baroque one in Belgium and symbolic of the city. It is located in the highest part of the town, built as the name Mons suggests, on a hill. The youth hostel is right next door. Mons is in the industrial Borinage region of Southwest Belgium and often overlooked in favour of the showcase cities of Flanders. There are, however more world heritage sites or parts of world heritage sites in Hainaut province (4) than in any other in Belgium.

Ian Cade

UK - 01-May-05 -

Belfries by Ian Cade

I have now seen many of the Belfries inscribed, 15 I think. Perhaps the most impressive is the Belfry of Onze Lieve Vrowkathedraal in Antwerpen (pictured) which contains four major paintings by Rubens and is well worth a visit, it shares a square with the Stadhuis which is also inscribed. In the rest of Flanders, the one in Mechelen is massive, the one in Brugge seems to be too big for the area it inhabits, Gent has a very interesting one with statues of the former guards on it, and the one in Leuven is odd as it was never completed but is set in a fantastic city with much a more impressive neighbour in the shape of the Stadhuis. I also visited the Cloth-hall in Ypres when I was on a school trip to WWI battle sites, and surprisingly I remember it but not too much of the detail.

In Wallonia the most impressive Belfry was the one at Tournai which is right next to the Cathedral, it has some excellent multi-lingual exhibits inside that explain the role of the Belfries very well, I also managed to catch a look at the one in Mons on the way to the Flint mines at Spiennes.

Of the new ones added in France I have seen many from differing modes of transport and the one that sticks in my head is the one in Lille as it was big enough to make an impression from the Eurostar train. I did manage to stop and get a good look at the one in Calais lit up at night, which was surprisingly nice, as the city, to be polite, is not surprisingly nice!

It is defiantly enjoyable to visit these cities and there is normally much more to see than just the Belfries. In this corner of Western Europe you also have some of its best food and in Belgium especially its best beers to make the experience all the more enjoyable.

Site Info

Full Name
Belfries of Belgium and France
Unesco ID
Belgium France
2 4
Structure - Military and Fortifications

Site History

2005 Extended

To include belfries in France and another one in Belgium (Gembloux)

2005 Name change

From "The Belfries of Flanders and Wallonia" to "Belfries of Belgium and France"

1999 Inscribed


The site has 55 locations

Belfries: Belfort en Schepenhuis / Beffroi et maison
Belfries: Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal Antwerpen, Handschoenmarkt, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Belfort en Hallen Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis met Belfort Dendermonde, Grote Markt 1, Oost-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis met Belfort Diksmuide, Grote Markt 6, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis met Belfort Eeklo, Grote Markt 34, Oost-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Belfort, Lakenhal en Mammelokker (ancienne prison) Gent, Botermarkt 17, Oost-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Voormalig Stadhuis / Lakenhal Herentals, Grote Markt, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Belfort met Lakenhal (Beffroi / Halle-aux-Draps) Ieper, Grote Markt 34, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Het Belfort of Halletoren Kortrijk, Grote Markt, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Sint-Pieterskerk / Belfort Leuven, Vlaams Bramant, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis en Belforttoren Lier, Grote Markt 58, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Voormalig Stadhuis met Belfort Lo-Reninge, Markt 1, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Ancienne Halle avec Beffroi Mechelen, Grote Markt 21, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Tour de Saint-Rombaut Mechelen, Sint-Romboutskerkhof, Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Belfort en Stadhuis Menen, Grote Markt 1, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadshal met Belfort Nieuwpoort, Grote Markt, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis met Belfort Oudenaarde, Grote Markt 1, Oost-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis, Stadshal en Belfort Roeselare, Grote Markt/Zuidstraat, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Stadhuis met Toren Sint-Truiden, Grote Markt, Limbourg, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Halletoren ou Belfort, Hal en Schepenkamer Tielt, Markt 1, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Sint-Germanuskerk met Stadstoren Tienen, Veemarkt 36, Vlaams Brabant, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Onze-Lieve-Lievevrouwebasiliek met Stadstoren Tongeren, Grote Markt, Limbourg, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Landhuis met Belfort Veurne, Grote Markt 29, West-Vlaanderen, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Sint-Leonarduskerk Zoutleeuw, Grote Markt, Vlaams Brabant, Flanders, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de l'Hôtel de Ville de Binche Binche
Belfries: Beffroi de l'Hôtel de Ville de Charleroi Charleroi, Hainaut, Wallonia, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de Mons Mons, Hainaut, Wallonia, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de Namur Namur, Namur, Wallonia, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de Thuin Thuin, Hainaut, Wallonia, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de Tournai Tournai, Hainaut, Wallonia, Belgium
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Bailleul Bailleul, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Bergues Bergues, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’église St-Martin de Cambrai Cambrai, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Comines Comines, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Douai Douai, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’église St-Eloi de Dunkerque Dunkerque, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Dunkerque Dunkerque, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Gravelines Gravelines, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Lille Lille, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Loos Loos, Nord, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville d’Aire-sur-la-Lys Aire-sur-la-Lys, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville d’Arras Arras, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Béthune Béthune, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Boulogne Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville de Calais Calais, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l’Hôtel de Ville d’Hesdin Hesdin, Pas de Calais, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Belfries: Beffroi d'Abbeville Abbeville, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi d'Amiens Amiens, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi de l'ancienne maison communale de Doullens Doullens, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi de porte de Lucheux Lucheux, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Rue Rue, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Saint-Riquier Saint-Riquier, Somme, Picardie, France
Belfries: Beffroi de Gembloux Gembloux, Namur, Wallonne, Belgium


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