Located at the crossroads of Northern and Southern European culture, Liège is known as La Cité Ardente (the Passionate City). It is an old industrial center which faces the challenge of adapting to the 21st century. Take a walk through the old city center and discover the 16th century palace of the Prince-Bishops of Liège - built on the Place St Lambert, where the old St Lambert cathedral used to stand before the French Revolution. An archeological display, the Archeoforum, can also be visited under the Place St Lambert. Walk alongside the banks of the majestically flowing Meuse river. Other sites of interest include the Outremeuse area, the citadel, and the new train station designed by Santiago Calatrava.