Charleroi is a working-class city with a rich history. The city attracts a growing number of tourists annually thanks to its historic landmarks, vibrant art scene and natural beauties.
Bois du Cazier was used to be a huge coal mining site and now it is preserved as an industrial heritage site that includes two museums, “Museum of Glass” that exhibits historical glassware and “Industrial Museum” which displays artifact related to Belgium’s industrial history. Bois du Cazier is located 4 kilometers away from the city center.
Arboretum of Monceau-Sur-Sambre is a castle complex which was built in the 17th century. The castle is known for its exquisite outdoor decorations and is located 5 kilometers away from the city center.
Sambre River passes through the whole city and exhibits amazing sceneries especially during sunsets. There are many cafés, restaurants and recreational areas near the river.
BPS22 is the most popular modern art museum of the city. The museum is always vibrant with many events, exhibitions, festivals, and workshops. BPS22 is located in walking distance away from the city center.
Eglise Saint-Christophe de Charleroi is a Catholic church that was built in the 17th century and is one of the most striking historical landmarks of the city. The church is located in the heart of the city.
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