The Top 10 Things To Do & See In Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

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Stephanie Benoit

Woluwe-Saint-Lambert takes its name from the Woluwe river, which runs through the community, and Saint Lambert of Maastricht. One of the greener communities of Brussels, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert is principally residential and is often compared to Uccle as it is fairly prosperous. It is definitely worth a visit due to its abundant parks, walkways, and historical buildings.

The Lindekemale Mill

1. Visit Saint-Lambert Church


The Chapel of Marie La Misérable
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The Roman-Catholic church of Saint-Lambert is especially noteworthy due to its original 12th-century tower. The church is also a wonderful example of neo-Romanesque architecture and is a protected heritage site.

2. Visit the antique market on Place Saint-Lambert


Daniel Steenhauts sculpture
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The first Sunday of every month there is an antique market on Place Saint-Lambert from 7.30am to 1.30pm. Much less mainstream than the market on Place du Jeu de Balles, Place Saint-Lambert features a wealth of different objects, with each stand holding a variety of treasures.

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