Dinant

Dinant is a relatively small but very picturesque city in the province of Namur in . It stretches along the river Meuse against the steep rock face behind on the eastern side, with a thinner strip on the western side against a forest.

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Antoine-Joseph "Adolphe" Sax was a inventor and musician who created the saxophone in the early 1840s, patenting it in 1846.

The Collegiate Church of Our Lady is a 13th-century Gothic cathedral in , a city in , on the banks of the River Meuse.

Walzin Castle is a castle in in the province Namur over the river Lesse near .

Dinant is the name of the railway station in the city of .

Crèvecœur Castle is a ruined castle in , overlooking the village of in the province of Namur.

Localities in the Area

Bouvignes-sur-Meuse is an old town opposite on the River Meuse, in the province of Namur in .

Anseremme is a submunicipality of in the province of Namur.

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