Chapelle des Mineurs

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Somewhere in a small village in Belgium you will find this church. This church is also called Chapelle des Mineurs. It is built in Art-Deco style. It is a nice little urbex location.


The church was built between 1936 and 1937 near a large cement factory which no longer exists today. The architect used the reuleaux triangle for the large window. The window is made of stained glass. The shape of the window changes into the shape of the roof.


The church has been abandoned for some time but has stood the test of time well. Fortunately, no traces of destruction have been made yet.


Is Chapelle des Mineurs easy accessible?
The church is on the public road. There are many observant neighbors so it is good not being noticed by them. The church was closed but fortunately we still found an open window somewhere.



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