The Wellington Museum in Waterloo
In the heart of Waterloo, the Wellington Museum is an old inn that served as the Duke of Wellington's headquarters during the famous battle in 1815.... Find out more...
First World War Centenary
Follow the paths of remembrance throughout Wallonia and commemorate the centenery of the First World War.
Throughout the Walloon provinces, there are numerous traces of the Great War that are still visible today. Monuments, historic locations or museums tell the story of the atrocities of battle, of the bravery of our soldiers and their comrades in the allied forces, not to mention the courage of all the civilians who fought for our freedom.
Une châtelaine dans les tranchées, ou le feuilleton d’une autre guerre
Steam Festival - Locomotive festival in Mariembourg
Historical Expo: 14-18, it's our History!
A lady of the manor in the trenches at Louvignies castle
Liège in turmoil - Exhibition at the Museum of Walloon Life
British First World War Memorial in Ploegsteert
Plugstreet 14-18 Experience First World War Interpretation Centre
Château de Louvignies - Louvignies Castle
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