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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.

  • Our

Fenced farm in Our

Traditional settlements

A family farm in the heart of the village.

Hennuyer silty plateau
  • Ragnies
Maison Mascart à Ragnies

“Château Mascart” or “Spanish House” in Ragnies

Traditional settlements

A traditional style tinged with baroque for this remarkable early 18th century building.

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.

  • Gros-Fays
habitat traditionnel à Gros-Fays

Traditional Ardennes dwellings in Gros-Fays

Traditional settlements

A traditional house shaped to adapt to the rigours of the region's climate.

  • Wéris

Old fortified house of Wéris

Traditional settlements

An ancient fortified house, a witness to the medieval past of the village, which became a presbytery and a large residence with a proven heritage value.

  • Nobressart
Habitation à Nobressart

Traditional houses of the Lorraine

Traditional settlements

The softness and variety of a colour palette contrasting with the surrounding meadows and the harsh Ardennes countryside nearby.

  • Nobressart
Ancien moulin impérial

Old imperial mill in Nobressart

Traditional settlements

Vintage "1776" and witness to the will of the Empress of Austria to build mills in Luxembourg.

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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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