Cointe Interallie Memorial

  • Mémorial Interallié
  • Mémorial Interallié de Cointe
  • Mémorial Interallié de Cointe
Mémorial InteralliéMémorial Interallié de CointeMémorial Interallié de Cointe
A civil and religious monument, the Inter-Allied Memorial symbolises the homage of the allies of the First World War to the heroic resistance of Liège and Belgium.
Liège was chosen by the International Federation of Military Veterans as the location for the building of the Inter-Allied Memorial in 1925 because it was the first city to confront the German invaders in 1914.
The memorial was designed by Jose Smolderen, an architect from Antwerp and was built on the Cointe hill. Inside it and around it are several monuments donated to Liège by the allied nations. No fewer than eight countries are represented: Spain, Romania, the United Kingdom, Greece, Poland, Italy, France and Russia. Some of these monuments are inside the tower, the crypt and the upper and lower halls, while others are on the esplanade outside.

Visitors can climb to the top of the tower to admire the panoramic views
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