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Village de Vireux-Wallerand

Town, village, neighbourhood at Vireux-Wallerand
  • In the heart iof the forest, but nevertheless close to the river Meuse, you will like the beautiful villas along the banks of the river which makes Vireux-Wallerand so attractive.


    The town of Vireux Wallerand is French since a little bit more than 3 centuries, more precisely in 1678, and was formerly the land of Luxembourg.
    Of its belonging to the Counts of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia, the inhabitants of Vireux-Wallerand were named "Bohémons" then "Boïamons" hence the name given today to...
    In the heart iof the forest, but nevertheless close to the river Meuse, you will like the beautiful villas along the banks of the river which makes Vireux-Wallerand so attractive.


    The town of Vireux Wallerand is French since a little bit more than 3 centuries, more precisely in 1678, and was formerly the land of Luxembourg.
    Of its belonging to the Counts of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia, the inhabitants of Vireux-Wallerand were named "Bohémons" then "Boïamons" hence the name given today to the people of this town : The "Bayamonts".
    Vireux-Wallerand has an architectural heritage which deserves to be seen : The Church of St. George, but also the castle situated along the banks of the river Meuse in a park, dating from 1714, then the "Risdoux" castle dating from the eighteenth century now rehabilitated by private individuals into a hotel.
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