Photographer's Note

The Days of the Inheritance of Wallonia take place each year the second weekend of September.
For this twentieth edition, the topic “Inheritance and culture” is put at the honor through all Wallonia. Very many monuments, architectural units and sites all are free accessible to this occasion. This initiative makes it possible to visit many buildings which are not always accessible to the public. Many times I admired since the valley of the Meuse, the castle of Aigremont and often I wondered what these walls hid. I thus went there today because it was opened to the public within the framework of the 20th day of the inheritance. Hung on the heights of the Meuse, the elegant castle of Aigremont was set up at the beginning of the 18th century by the archdeacon Mathias Clercx, according to the typical traditional ordinance of the time. Splendor baroque of its interior, single in Belgium, and the admirable apparatus of its walls, out of calcareous hardcore, make of it an architectural whole of a rare beauty. IT is surrounded by very pretty frenchgardens. Here an overall picture taken since the valley. I will present to you sights more brought closer in the next days.

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