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|Arlon is best known for holding one of the richest archŠological museums in Belgium. It houses numerous examples of Roman sculpture and Merovingian funerary art.|
A fragment of the Gallo-Roman defensive wall that was built in the 3rd century still stands in Arlon.
The Gaspar Museum is well known for its furniture, paintings, ceramics, and religious art.
Saint Donat's church now stands on the Knipchen hill, where Waleran I of Limburg once built his castle and the Capuchin monks built their convent.
Arlon cemetery has the largest Jewish section of all Walloon cemeteries
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