The touristic center of Charleroi is compact, making it easy to walk between the attractions of the city. One of the places that you may wish to visit on a walk through Charleroi is the Church of St. Christopher. This building is a fine example of the Baroque style and was completed in 1722. Take the time to wander through the interior and view the mosaic made of fragments of stained glass. A short distance away is the BPS22 Museum which is a must-visit for fans of modern art. The design of the building is unique and the interior houses a vast collection of modern art and graphic designs. Just down the street, you will find the Hotel de Ville City Hall which was built in 1936 and is on the UNESCO World Heritage Property List. The tower above the building has 47 Carillion bells which perform a traditional melody every 15 minutes. Take the time to listen to the melody before taking the long walk to Cartier Castle. This castle dates from 1635 but was destroyed in the 1930s by fire and completely rebuilt in 2001. Then head to Albert 1 Square for a well-deserved lunch at a local restaurant.