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Soignies is a picturesque Walloon municipality situated in Hainaut, a Belgian province. The city derives its name from the Latin word “suniacum”, which literally means on the Senne. River Senne flows into Brussels from here. This is a land of beautiful castles, churches and museums. Avail cheap flights to Soignies and explore this wonderful place. The Brussels South Charleroi Airport is the closest airport to this place and is around 37 km from its center.
Castle Louvignies is really a brilliant architectural piece dating back to 1870. There is a park here in typical English garden-style designed by L.Fuchs. This castle is a treasure trove of curios and objects that depict the lifestyle during the Belle Epoque. This Belgian municipality boasts of several churches and chapels but they are pretty old. These structures are worth admiring, so avail one of the numerous cheap flights to Soignies and stay in the hospitable hotels in Soignies to get a taste of them.
The Saint Martin's Church Horrues is an architectural masterpiece and is regarded as a ‘jewel’ of the famous Romanesque art. However, the entrance is adorned with two typical Gothic-style lions. The interior comprises a triple nave but has no transept. The Church of St. Virgin Floor-Notre-Dame-Louvignies is situated along an ancient Roman road. This is a Gothic church dating back to 1267. Visitors and tourists have access to this church on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Organ concerts, guided tours and cultural activities are often organized here. Several chapels are scattered all over the territory of Soignies.
The Chapel of the Three Saints Thieusies, which is a votive chapel devoted to Saint-Barbara, dates back to 1645. The Saint-Vincent Chapel is an outstanding specimen of Romanesque art. The choir was constructed in as early as the 11th century while the Gothic-style West Tower was built around 1250. The cemetery consists of tombs dating back to 13th as well as 14th centuries. This chapel is now a renowned museum boasting of the unique collections of the Royal Circle of History and Archaeology of Soignies region. It exhibits items and objects from Gallo Roman era, Merovingian period and the Middle Ages.