Observe the details of this building, which probably dates back to the late 16th century and, more specifically, its headstone in memory of a weaver.
Note the mainly workmen's houses made of red sandstone, built as small groups of two to four dwellings, as a reminder of the tough living conditions of...Read more
Stroll around this picturesque valley full of lakes, that once powered mills related to the metal industry.
Walk alongside this listed eclectic 1987 building made of materials reflecting an architectural style that marks a stark contrast to traditional structures.
E Explore the history of this site, established as a tribute to the memory of the French soldiers who died in battle on 23 August 1914. 12 infantry regiments...Read more
Without a shadow of a doubt the finest views of the Sambre valley, the St. Ursmer Collegiate Church and Lobbes village. Do not forget to bring your camera...Read more
Travel back in time in this 14th century building, and explore its French-style gardens made up of a succession of terraces stretching back as far as the...Read more
Listed since 2000 as "One of Wallonia's finest villages", Ragnies owes its reputation to its numerous 17th century farms (route starting from the MarketSquare).
The church of St Ursmer at Lobbes is possibly the oldest church in Wallonia.
The nave and transepts certainly date from the Carolingian...Read more