Crupet is a village in Wallonia, Belgium.
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Anhée (French pronunciation: [ɑ̃.e] ; Walloon: Anhêye) is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Namur.
Latitude: 50° 18' 37.40" N
Longitude: 4° 52' 41.77" E
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The castle of Freÿr with its gardens in the style of Le Nôtre is located on the left bank of the Meuse, between Waulsort and Dinant (province of Namur, Belgium). They form one of the most magnificent natural sites in Belgium.
The Arrondissement of Namur (French: Arrondissement de Namur) is one of the three administrative arrondissements in the Province of Namur, Belgium. It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement.
Annevoie Castle (French: Château d'Annevoie) is a château in the village of Annevoie-Rouillon in the municipality of Anhée, province of Namur, Belgium.
Located 8 km south Namur, Wépion is the Belgian's strawberry capital.
Crupet Castle (French: Château de Crupet, also known as the Château des Carondelet), is a medieval moated donjon or fortified farmhouse (ferme-château) in the village of Crupet, since 1977 part of the municipality of Assesse, province of Namur, Belg…
The A4 is a Belgian motorway connecting Brussels and the A6 in Luxembourg.
Montaigle Castle (French: Château de Montaigle) is a ruined medieval castle in Falaën in the municipality of Onhaye, province of Namur, Wallonia.
Faulx-les-Tombes Castle (French: Château de Faulx-les-Tombes) is a 19th-century château in Faulx-les-Tombes in the municipality of Gesves, province of Namur, Belgium.
Dave Castle, also known as Fernan-Nuñez Castle (French: Château de Dave, Château Fernan-Nuñez) is a château in the village of Dave, also known as Dave-sur-Meuse, now a part of the city of Namur, Belgium.
The Brasserie Caracole is a Belgian artisanal brewery based in Falmignoul (near Dinant) that is known to warm the water with a wood-fired oven. The bottling and labelling are done manually.
Ardenne Castle, or the Royal Castle of Ardenne (Château Royal d'Ardenne, formerly also spelled "Hardenne") was situated in the municipality of Houyet in Belgium not far from Ciergnon Castle. The construction of the building was ordered in 1874 by Ki…
Sart-Saint-Laurent (Walloon: Li Saut-Sint-Lorint) is a small village located several kilometres from the provincial capital of Namur (Namen in Dutch) in Belgium. It is part of the municipality Fosses-la-Ville. The village has a few streets of houses…
Saint-Gérard is a village in the municipality of Mettet, Namur province, Belgium. Its name refers to Gerard of Brogne, who founded the abbey here in the 10th century.
Maillen is the largest town in the municipality of Assesse in the province of Namur, Belgium.
The Fagne or la Fagne (French: fen) is a natural region in southern Belgium and northern France, sometimes grouped with Famenne as Fagne-Famenne.
Courrière is a village in the municipality of Assesse in the province of Namur, Belgium.
Bouvignes-sur-Meuse (in Walloon Bovegne) is an old town opposite Dinant on the River Meuse, in the province of Namur in Belgium. In municipal terms, the commune was merged with Dinant in 1965. Either it or Dinant was the birthplace of the first spec…