Folklore And Tradition
Saint-Christophe Folkloric March
The Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse Folkloric March in honour of Saint Christopher.
Origins of the Napoleonic Marches
Religious and marked by the Napoleonic era, the marches continued to evolve during the 20th century to what they are today.
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From May to September every year, 20,000 people, dress up in traditional costumes. Each have their own traditions, customs and characteristics.
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UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
The Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse marches are inscribed on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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Tourist information on the town FLORENNES
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- Namur Legend, classic motorcycles at the Namur Citadel
- Special "Halloween" Train... The Horror Train!
- Food-lovers' walk in the Han-sur-Lesse Wildlife Reserve
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