Shale sandstone bridges in Our
Two bridges crossing the Our in the centre and north of the village and connecting it to neighbouring areas since the 18th century.
These traditional constructions in shale sandstone rubble masonry have three arches, with or without breakwaters, and capped parapets. They date from the 18th or 19th centuries with renovation in the mid-20th century.
Source: Inventory of Cultural and Architectural Heritage: http://spw.wallonie.be/dgo4/site_ipic/index.ph