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About Liège

187,432 in city
69 km² (27 mi²)
70 m
Liège (or Luik) is the 4th tallest city of Belgium and the capital of the province of Liège. The city lies at the border of the river Meuse, and thanks its creation to a smaller river, called the Legia. This river created a lot of seditmentation at the site where it ended in the river Meuse. In the early Middle-Ages the city grew from a small village at the site of a Gallo-Roman Villa. Despite its strong historic past and many beautiful buildings and sites from this past, the city has suffered from the closing of the coal-mines and the economic downfall of the metallurgic industry.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
113 All Buildings

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Tour Paradis 446 ft 2014
2 Tour Atlas 284 ft 1978
3 Tour Kennedy 277 ft 1970
4 Résidence Georges Simenon 263 ft 1963
5 Cité Administrative 220 ft 1967