Namur is a Belgian province situated in the Walloon Region. It has around 500.000 inhabitants and is situated in the center of Wallonia. Namur’s capital is the city of Namur.
The Sambre and the Meuse, that gave their name to the Sambre-et-Meuse department during the French occupation, run through the province, as do the motorways E42 and 411. The province has an extensive public transport network as well.
The province has a couple of cultural treasures as well, like the Maison du Bailli in Gembloux, the castles of Fernelmont and Lavaux-Ste-Anne (near Rochefort), the Citadel of Namur and so on. The real estate prices in Namur are around the national averages and are higher than the Walloon average.
The province counts 38 communes, among which Namur, Dinant, Philippeville, Gembloux, Ciney et Andenne.