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Routes to the Past in Wallonia
The 'Battle of the Bulge' was the final confrontation of the Second World War that took place on Belgian soil between 16 December 1944 and 28 January 1945. Many lived through it, others have heard about it, but nobody today can remain indifferent about this decisive episode.
Every year, not only in Bastogne but also in La Roche-en-Ardenne, Hotton, Houffalize, Malmedy, Sankt Vith, Marche-en-Famenne, Vielsalm, or in Neuville-en-Condroz or Henri-Chapelle as well as in other places, villages and towns in Wallonia, we remember! We remember with emotion, reverence and respect these soldiers who came from overseas to bring peace into our towns, villages and homes, and paid a very heavy price.
It is our wish to express our "duty of remembrance" through this brochure that will guide you from towns to villages, from memorial stones to monuments, from museums to sites or military cemeteries. Also, it’s an opportunity to discover "down memory lane" the present day aspects of these regions of Wallonia, which, while not forgetting the “historical past”, offer you the most beautiful aspects of convivial tourism, in which the proximity and “the glow of living” punctuate our suggestions for relaxing or unusual discoveries.
Enjoy your visit!
- LA BATAILLE DES ARDENNES - ROUTE 3 (HENRI-CHAPELLE)
- LA BATAILLE DES ARDENNES - ROUTE 4 (NEUVILLE-EN-CONDROZ)
- LA BATAILLE DES ARDENNES - BASTOGNE - ROUTE 2 (BASTOGNE)
- LA BATAILLE DES ARDENNES - ROUTE 5 (BASTOGNE)
- The Battle of the Bulge - Route 1 (FLORENNES)