Saint-Hubert (săNtübĕr´), town (1991 pop. 5,689), Luxembourg prov., SE Belgium, in the Ardennes. It is a tourist resort. Of note is a former Benedictine abbey (reputedly founded in the 7th cent.), now housing a juvenile reformatory; St. Hubert, patron of the hunt, is buried in the abbey church (16th cent.).
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