Namur

Namur is the capital of , the French-speaking southern part of . Namur is also the capital of the province with the same name, Namur. The city is inhabited by about 110,000 inhabitants.

Landmarks in the Area

The Citadel or Castle of Namur is a fortress in the capital city of Namur, at the confluence of the Sambre and Meuse rivers.

St Aubin's Cathedral, Namur, , the only cathedral in in academic Late Baroque style.

Namur is the main railway station serving Namur, .

The Élysette is the executive seat of the Walloon Government.

The Fort d'Emines is one of nine forts built as part of the Fortifications of Namur in the late 19th century in .

Localities in the Area

Jambes is a town in southern , in the province of Namur.

Flawinne is a village the Belgian province of Namur and an outer of suburb of the city of Namur.

Saint-Servais is the north-west suburb of the city of Namur of which it is now part.

Belgrade is an old village close to the city centre of Namur in the Walloon region of .

Bomel is a district of the Belgian city of Namur. It is located behind the Namur railway station and limited by the slopes that rise to the north of Namur.

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