Namur, at the confluence of the Sambre (left) and Meuse rivers (right), used to be a military stronghold and is still dominated by a fortified citadel. Today, it has become the seat of the Walloon Parliament. This is where the Catholic University College and the Archeological Museum are situated. As the town is not dependent on heavy local industry, it has been able to maintain a quiet character in which small and medium-sized enterprises have flourished.
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