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Belgium     Belgium    University_of_LiègeEUROMINES

Places of interest

Mineralogy Museum of the University of Liége (Belgium)
The collection of over 20,000 minerals, with exceptional historical samples, and minerals from Belgium, is on display at two sites: the Mineralogy Laboratory (Sart Tilman) and the Maison de la Science.
La "route du feu" (Belgium)
The Fire Route is : -six cultural and tourist sites located in the Province of Liège (Be), -programs for schools, -handsets and tours for groups, family-friendly courses, - punctual events such as exhibitions, thematic days, special events, ... on the theme of fire !
Maison de la Métallurgie et de l'Industrie de Liège (Belgium)
The Museum of Metallurgy weaves links between past and present and invites you to discover the exceptional industrial heritage of Liège, from yesterday to today.
Musée Vieille Montagne á La Calamine (Belgium)
Dive into the history of this small territory, rich and exploited for centuries. The production of zinc propelled the village into an industrial dimension in the 19th century. The museum presents this adventure in its authentic environment.
mine (Belgium)
Located between Liège (Be) and Maastricht, Blegny-Mine is one of the four authentic coal mines in Europe with underground galleries accessible for the visitors through the original shaft. Equipped with a jacket and a helmet, take the mining cage down to the galleries located - 30 and - 60 metres below the ground level to understand how coal was extracted.
Blegny mine (Belgium)
Located between Liège (Be) and Maastricht, Blegny-Mine is one of the four authentic coal mines in Europe with underground galleries accessible for the visitors through the original shaft. Equipped with a jacket and a helmet, take the mining cage down to the galleries located - 30 and - 60 metres below the ground level to understand how coal was extracted.