Situated on a rocky ridge above the river Semois, the château is actually on two sites. On one rocky spur there was a typical castle mound.
In the First World War, the village of Rosières was put to the torch and the Germans murdered numerous civilians. The residents of Vaux-lez-Rosières, the...Read more
Walking in the Semois valley when spring comes is delightful! The banks of the river are scattered with thousands of flowers. On the way to the bridge...Read more
The high plateau situated on the edges of the Labori woods on the heights of the village offers a superb view of the Famenne and Condroz woods, the first...Read more