CUPA PIZARRAS natural slate highlights the roof restoration of Saint Servatius Church
CUPA PIZARRAS covers Saint Servatius Church, located in the Belgian town of Diepenbeek (Limburg). The roof, with a total surface of 1,100 square meters, was restored in 2012 with our CUPA 4 natural slate, which highlights its 18th century red facade.
CUPA 4 NATURAL SLATE
CUPA 4 is a blue-black slate with a smooth surface.
Our natural slate is split to an average thickness of 3.5 and 5mm.
It is available in several formats, including rectangular, cut shoulders, fish scale and rounded.
Saint Servatius Church was restored by our Belgian partners, Corvers (Veerle-Laakdal).
A PROTECTED MONUMENT SINCE 1938
Saint Servatius Church, built in 1777, is located in Diepenbeek's marketplace.
The current classical church with its Gothic tower replaces a Romanesque building from the 11th century.
Th old organ is decorated with a sculpture of Saint Servatius.
The church tower dates from the late 15th century and has been a protected monument since 1938.