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De Mindere - Franciscusmuseum

Sint-Truiden, Belgium

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Digital Heritage Inventory

Onroerend Erfgoed

The digital heritage inventory presents an overiew of all the valuable immovable heritage in Flanders.

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Erfgoedinzicht

This website enables you to discover the heritage of the Belgian provinces West and East Flanders. It contains museum collections (e.g. Musea Brugge, MSK Gent) but also collections from archives, churches and other heritage organisations.

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Erfgoedplus

This website enables you to discover the heritage of Flemish Brabant and Limburg.
It contains museum collections (e.g. M-Museum Leuven, Het Stadsmus Hasselt) but also collections from churches and other heritage organisations.

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Gruuthusemuseum

Bruges, Belgium

A royal welcome awaits you at this opulent city palace of the lords of Gruuthuse. The museum contains all manner of objects that shed light on everyday life between the 15th and 19th centuries. One of the major attractions is the Hall of Honour with its tapestries, impressive fireplace and richly decorated rafters, all witnessing the wealth and affluence of the lords of Gruuthuse.

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Hôpital Nôtre Dame à la Rose

Lessines, Belgium

The Hospital Notre-Dame à la Rose is an ancient hospital, founded in the 13th century and one of the last witnesses of the advancement of medicine, surgery and pharmacy from the Middle Ages onwards. Its remarkable architecture, the medicinal herb gardens and the rich artistic and scientific collections make it an absolute ‘must’ in the region.

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Illuminare. Centre for the study of Medieval Art

Illuminare — Centre for the Study of Medieval Art (KU Leuven) is located in the Central Library of the University of Leuven. It is a university research and documentation centre, accessible for academics and students. The research of Illuminare is founded upon reception history and the contextual meaning of Early Netherlandish Art; technical research, conservation and cataloging of illuminated manuscripts and the iconology of the Middle Ages from an interdisciplinary perspective (Iconology Research Group). Research is made possible under the auspices of research and doctoral projects.

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KIK-IRPA. Royal institute for Cultural Heritage

The KIK-IRPA is a federal scientific institute responsible for the documentation, study and conservation-restoration of the cultural and artistic heritage of our country.

Art historians, photographers, chemists, archaeologists, engineers and conservator-restorers carry out interdisciplinary research on the materials and techniques used in works of art and cultural artefacts and on the materials and methods used in conservation-restoration.

The KIK-IRPA is a unique resource for scientific, photographic and technical documentation of the cultural heritage of the country. More information

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Koninklijk museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen

Antwerp, Belgium

The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp is a public institution of the Government of Flanders and the only Flemish museum with a scientific status. The principal missions of the KMSKA are the maintenance, management and expansion of the collection; the scientific study of the collection and the enhancement of its accessibility; the organisation of exhibitions and the development of public engagement activities. The KMSKA subscribes to the Statutes of ICOM, the International Council of Museums. Thanks to its exceptional collection, the KMSKA is a museum of international stature.

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Curator sculpture collection: Valerie Herremans

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