About this spot
The center of Dworp has some remarkable buildings and monuments. There is the former town hall on the Alsembergsteenweg. This building, built at the beginning of the 20th century, is on the site of the old Romanesque church of Dworp. The former town hall is characterized by its typical stepped gables, the yellow bricks and the coat of arms above the front door. Near the old town hall you will find an authentic pillory from the late 18th century. This monument is a silent witness to the administration of justice during the Ancien Regime. A little further is the St. Gregory Church, the “new” neo-Gothic church of Dworp. This large church was built in 1894 to replace the Roman church on the Steenweg, which had become too small. Near the church you will find the vicarage of Dworp, a stately mansion from the 18th century. The center of Dworp also has several cozy bars where you can taste a delicious Oude Geuze from Geuzestekerij Hanssens Artisanaal. If you want to get to know Dworp and its surroundings better, you can get off the Dworp walk.
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