The Archéoforum de Liège is a monumental forum covering 3,725 square meters, making it the largest of its kind in Europe. Through both movable and immovable archaeological remains, it paints a picture of Liège's history, from Prehistory to the newest times. Among the remains of a Roman villa, the crypt built on the site of the murder of Saint Lambert and the foundations of various churches and cathedrals are on display.
History & Anthropology Local Archaeology
Place Saint-Lambert, Liège
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