Visit Troisvierges

Description

The area around Troisvierges, to the extreme north of the Ardennes Plateau, boasts a history going back more than two thousand years, and offers rest and relaxation in a delightful landscape of alternating forest and meadow. On the banks of the limpid river Woltz, Troisvierges has grown from being a tiny hamlet centred around an ancient cult worshiping the Three Virgins, and then at one stage an important railway centre, into a centre of commerce and craft. Leisure area. "Pétanque". Located alongside the Roman road, Hautbellain has been a commercial centre since the 12th century. Basbellain entered history in the year 585, and boasts a long and varied past. Indeed centuries before that date, the Romans had built a major settlement there. The hamlets of Goedange and Biwisch are also steeped in history, both nestling in narrow valleys beside extensive forests. Huldange, on the northern slope of the "Buurgplatz" (at 559 metres the highest point in the Grand-Duchy) and Wilwerdange with Drinklange, along the main road, as well as villages situated on the hilltops, all invite the visitor to scour the wide Ardennes horizons.The “Cornelys Millen” nature reserve with nature path. Different biotopes, plants and animals. Occasionally a black stork might be glimpsed. Leisure area. "Pétanque".

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Nature Park Our

The Nature Park of Our, officially created in 2005, is located in the North-East of Luxembourg and has a common border with Germany and Belgium.

11 districts with 14,000 inhabitants and a total area of 305 km create a platform for the sustainable development of the region. Other objectives relate to economic development in harmony with the natural wealth of the region and the quality of life of its inhabitants.

In this rural area, agriculture has always played an important role. Several initiatives aimed at improving income and agricultural diversification have been developed.

Clervaux, Kiischpelt, Parc Hosingen, Putscheid, Tandel, Vianden, Troisvierges

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