Founded by St. Landelin as a Benedictine abbey in the 7th century, it became a Cistercian establishment in the 12th century. Known as “Aulne the Rich”,...Read more
A key centre of the metal industry in the 17th century, the hamlet is worth a visit for its impressive castle and workers’ houses.
A few metres away from the imposing Aulne Abbey is an opportunity to relax with family or friends at the Aulne Abbey miniature golf course.
Take a walk along the Sambre, which was channelled by William of Orange in 1829, where the fi rst locks with double metal doors were used, including lock...Read more
Held on 10 August 1924, a solemn mass in memory of the soldiers was followed by a ceremony to inaugurate the war memorial on the Place de Gozée. Discover...Read more
Enjoy a taste of this farm’s healthy products based on sustainable agricultural practices: a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, dairy products, cheese,...Read more
At 200 metres or so from the route, you will have the opportunity to try out time-honoured remedies: essential oils, herbal teas on request, Bach elixirs...Read more
Along the Charleroi-Beaumont road you can see a trapezoid Landenian sandstone menhir. The only one of a set of three that is still in place, this standing...Read more