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Traditional settlements

Characteristic of a region, a village, discover the traditional village settlements and the elements of rural heritage which comprise them.

Type of discoveries
  • Chardeneux

Former court of justice of Chardeneux

Traditional settlements

Buildings from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries with seigniorial origins and former court of justice.

  • Torgny

Pink farm in Torgny

Traditional settlements

A string of traditional volumes all dressed in pink - Listed monument.

Land of Herve
  • Olne

Patrician houses in Olne

Traditional settlements

Facades inspired by urban mansions, a symbol of economic growth and success for the Olne bourgeoisie of the 18th century.

Land of Herve
  • Clermont-sur-Berwinne
Habitat sur la Place de la Halle

Late 17th century building in Clermont-sur-Berwinne

Traditional settlements

An elegant late 17th century building as the entrance to the Place de la Halle - Listed monument.

  • Chassepierre

Old mill and Fairy hole in Chassepierre

Rural heritageTraditional settlements

An old mill and ancient galleries dug into the limestone rock as a place of residence for magical beings...

  • Crupet

Old mills of Crupet

Traditional settlements

The banks of the streams in Crupet bear witness to the presence of numerous mills in the past.

  • Lompret
LOMPRET ancien moulin Vaulx

Old mill of Vaulx

Traditional settlements

Protected by its imposing roof and tucked away at the bottom of the valley, the Vaulx mill took advantage of the convergence of the natural elements.

  • Laforêt

Tobacco drying kilns in Laforêt

Traditional settlements

Reminiscent of the old tobacco activity, they enliven the picturesque village of Laforêt with their centuries-old frames.

  • Mélin

Gobertange stone

Traditional settlements

The stone of the villages of the "Vallée Blanche"

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The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 32 villages, bearers of a strong territorial identity and reflecting traditional architecture. It is committed to promoting the rural, cultural and natural heritage of Wallonia and is a part of the development of local and responsible tourism.

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