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  • 1 Fortified Castle Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Esplanade Godefroy B - 6830 Bouillon

    Three drawbridges restricted access to this castle whose existence is recorded as early as the 10C. Note the pure line of Vauban's staircase. The "Primitive" Chamber has stout walls, next to the Godefroy de Bouillon Chamber hollowed out of ..

  • 2 Semois Valley Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    B - Bouillon

    A Meuse tributary, the Semois rises near Arlon, flows through lowlying "Belgian Lorraine" and then beyond Florenville meanders through the schist of the Ardennes massif with fine views along its course, notably at Herbeumont where stands th..

  • 3 Ducal Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    r. du Petit 1 B - 6830 Bouillon

    This museum has two sections. The History and Folklore section, in an 18C house, contains memorabilia from the dukes of Bouillon, reminders of local folklore and crafts, and a reconstructed Ardennes home interior or the printer P. Rousseau's study. T..

  • 4 Archéoscope Godefroy de Bouillon

    Museums and art

    quai des Saulx 14 B - 6830 Bouillon

    The Acheoscope lies on the banks of the Semois, in a former 17C Sepulchrine convent. It depicts the history of the First Crusade, especially that of Godefroy de Bouillon, via an audio-visual presentation. Also, models and photographs show fortificati..

  • 5 Abbaye Notre-Dame-de-Clairefontaine

    Religious buildings

    r. de Cordemoy B - 6830 Bouillon

    This neo-Gothic abbey built in 1935 stands in a peaceful setting. It perpetuates the memory of a Cistercian abbey founded near Arlon by Ermesinde, the Count of Luxembourg's daughter, which was burned down in 1794.

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