Enjoy a stroll in this wooded area, mainly populated by English oaks, beeches and hornbeams, not forgetting the forest veteran, an over 400-years-old oak.
Still in the pastoral setting of the Solre woods, check out the old boundary marks showing the border between Holland and France in 1819.
Do not miss the impressive sight of the old quarries, where sandstone and quartzite were mined for road building and construction purposes.
Located in a wooded area on the right bank of the river Thure, these areas are an invitation to relax and enjoy the view of its lakes and water courses,...Read more
Some 200 metres away from the rout estands this admirable 19th century bridge built with limestone rubble and building stone. It has two depressed arches...Read more
A complex comprising an ol dmill and a central building, sporting two weathercocks, this rural establishment is now a tourist attraction for lovers of...Read more
Behold the classical architectur eof this former residence of the lords of Hantes in the 17th century, where one stone remains featuring the family coats...Read more
Enter this late 18th century limeston ebuilding to admire from outside the statues of St. Roch and St. Barbara.