Liège is a major city and municipality in Belgium located in the Walloon province of Liège, of which it is the administrative capital. It is situated in the valley of the river Meuse (or Maas) near Belgium's eastern borders with the Netherlands and Germany, where the Meuse meets the Ourthe. It is in the former sillon industriel, the industrial backbone of Wallonia.

The Liège municipality includes the former communes of Angleur, Bressoux, Chênée, Glain, Grivegnée, Jupille-sur-Meuse, Rocourt, and Wandre.

The city is the principal economic and cultural centre of Wallonia. The agglomeration of the city, with a population of 476,000 inhabitants,to more than 600,000 inhabitants, depending on where one would put the boundaries, is the third largest in Belgium, after the agglomerations of Brussels and Antwerp. Liège is also the second most populous city in Wallonia after Charleroi.

- Wikipedia 2007

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Paradise Tower26built2015(1)
Tour Atlas29built1978(1)
Residence Kennedy27built1970(1)
Residence Simenon25built1963(1)
Tour de la Cité Administrative19built1967(1)
Résidence Élysée18built1961
La Maison Liégeoise Tour 120built(1)
Avenue Georges-Truffaut 3114built
Avenue Georges Truffaut 2814built
Avenue de Lille 414built(1)
Residence Chantebrise14built
Avenue Georges Truffaut 26-2713built
Résidence Belvédère21built1963
Rue Julien d'Andrimont 1114built
Rue Julien d'Andrimont 1513built
Residence Rue du Vallon13built
Résidence Régina13built1960
Rue Julien d'Andrimont 512built
Residence Place Joseph Willem12built1973
Residence Les Deux Rivières12built1971
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège12built1985
Boulevard d'Avroy, 2312built
Institut de Mathématique au Val-Benoît11built1964