Belgium & Luxembourg Attractions

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Amiens Cathedral


This stunning example of ancient architecture is the largest Gothic building in France and dates back to 1220. Guided tours of the building are often available from Amiens tourist office.

Delville Wood


Historial de la Grande Guerre


Jules Verne House


Klein Begijnhof


The smaller Béguinage (Klein Begijnhof van Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ter Hoyen) in Violettenstraat in the southeast part of the city dates back to 1234, when it was founded by Johanna of Constantinople and her sister Maria. The present day site with its cottages around a large tree-lined lawn has remained unchanged since the 17th C.

Newfoundland Park


The Floating Gardens


The Picardy Museum


Thiépval Memorial


memorial to 73,000 with no known grave
designed by Lutyens - imposing structure, dominating surrounding area - interesting visitor centre with cinema - bookshop - open daily 10:00 to 18:00 - closed over Christmas and New Year

Abbaye Royale St. Vincent


This abbey was founded in 1060 by Henri I's wide Anne of Kiev, following the birth of their son Philippe. The bell tower is one of the finest examples of its kind found in France.
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