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Remembrance tourism

 


Our country has preserved the traces of past wars with memorials, historic sites, cemetaries and historical reconstructions open to the public.

 

Many museums exhibit vestiges such as artefacts and documents and retrace these dark periods of our history.


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Château de Louvignies - Louvignies Castle (CHAUSSEE-NOTRE-DAME-LOUVIGNIE)

Discover the Château de Louvignies (Louvignies Castle) and this summer, visit an original exhibition on the First World War....
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Dinant Citadel, fortress in the Meuse Valley (DINANT)

The Dinant Citadel invites you on an incredible journey. Plunge into over nine centuries of history and discover the Meuse Valley in Belgium....
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Plugstreet 14-18 Experience First World War Interpretation Centre (PLOEGSTEERT)

The First World War Interpretation Centre is opening its doors close to the British Memorial in Ploegsteert, Belgium....
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14-18 Space at the Citadel of Dinant (DINANT)

A brand new visual and sound space dedicated to the battles in August 1914. Available to visitors at the Citadel of Dinant....
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1914-1918 Battlefield Route in Mons (MONS)

Set off to discover the Battle of Mons and its commemoration sites....
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Baillet-Latour Military History Museum (LATOUR)

The museum is situated in the ancient town hall. In Baillet-Latour....
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Blockhaus Pioneer 1914-1918 Museum in Comines-Warneton (COMINES)

This charming museum retraces the lives of German soldiers in an authentic German blockhaus from the Great War, in Comines-Warneton, in Wallonia....
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