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EN - Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie

EN - L'association "Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie" a été créée en 1994 par M. Alain COLLIN (habitant à cette époque le village de Chardeneux) pour valoriser l'identité des régions rurales wallonnes. La diversité de ses paysages et de ses bâtisses traditionnelles constitue un patrimoine naturel et architectural exceptionnel et privilégié, que l'association veut préserver et inviter à découvrir. Elle compte un réseau de 30 villages labellisés parmi les 8 régions paysagères de Wallonie. 

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The association

The association of the Most Beautiful Villages protects and promotes the architectural heritage of Wallonia, as well as the immense diversity of landscapes that create the richness of the Walloon terr

How does one become a Most Beautiful Village?

The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia are carefully selected on the basis of a quality charter. Find out more about the criteria for joining the network.

Rénovation du bâti traditionnel à Jassogne - Crupet

The House of Urbanism of the Most Beautiful Villages

The House of Urbanism of the PBVW offers awareness-raising, training and decision support activities related to the preservation of the built and landscape environment of the villages in the network.

Plus beaux villages de la terre

The Most Beautiful Villages on Earth

The "Most Beautiful Villages on Earth" federates the Most Beautiful Villages throughout the world and promotes the rural, historical and cultural heritage of the places to be discovered

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EN - The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie is the umbrella organisation for a network of 30 villages, which have a strong territorial identity and reflect traditional architecture. It is committed to promoting the rural, cultural and natural heritage of Wallonia and is involved in the development of local and responsible tourism.