Château de Raray

Situated at 45 minutes from Paris, Château de Raray dates back to the 17 century. The two long balustrades are the castle's most famous architectural elements. Their sculptures are largely inspired by hunting, antiquity and are most likely created by Florentine artists. In 1945, Château de Raray served as the location of some scenes from the movie Beauty and the Beast by Jean Cocteau. Since 1924, the building is listed as a Historic Monument.

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Today the castle is a prestigious hotel-restaurant and the grounds have been transformed into an 18-hole golf course. In the forest next to the golf course are luxurious tree houses for rent. The castle itself can also be booked for weddings, concerts, outdoor activities and other events.

Location: 4 rue Nicolas de Lancy 60810 Raray, France. 

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

Château de Raray in departement Oise, close to Chantilly Castle

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Situated at 45 minutes from Paris, Château de Raray dates back to the 17 century. The two long balustrades are the castle's most famous ...

Memorial Park World War I in Halen

Located on a field in Halen, Belgium, these 44 concrete Stahl helmets symbolize the German occupation in the province of Limburg in the First World War. The helmets are on a field where the Battle of the Silver Helmets in Halen took place. This battle was the only Belgian victory without Allied aid during the First World War.

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Each of the 44 helmets were decorated by a Limburg municipality and brought back together to create this exhibition Limburg 1914-1918. They show very different and varied perspectives on the theme of war and memory. At the memorial park are information boards with more background information about the helmets.

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

In the future the creations on the helmets will fade and nature will incorporate the helmets into the landscape. Such as dolmen and menhirs that are overgrown with moss and grass. These faded helmets symbolize the returned soldiers who tried to reintegrate into society.

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Website Limburg 1914-1918: www.limburg1914-1918.be

Location memorial park: Betserbaan 97, 3545 Halen, Belgium.

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

Memorial Park WWI Halen, Battle of the Silver Helmets

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Located on a field in Halen, Belgium, these 44 concrete Stahl helmets symbolize the German occupation in the province of Limburg in the Firs...

Street Art in Hasselt

Hasselt has more than 80 street artworks by both international and local talent. If you want to discover the beautiful street art, have a look at the 'Street Art Cities' app. This app can be downloaded for free in the App Store and via Google Play and provides a complete overview of the works and an explanation of the artwork.

Website Street Art Cities: hasselt.streetartcities.com

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

Street Art Hasselt

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Hasselt has more than 80 street artworks by both international and local talent. If you want to discover the beautiful street art, have a lo...

Helsheaven: A Floating Chapel

Located at the highest point in Helshoven, this floating chapel is the new attraction in the Haspengouw region in Belgium. Artist Frits Jeuris created the chapel from cherry trees. These trees fell prey to the Little Cherry Virus that causes too small fruits. Through this artwork they are given a second life and symbolize the dynamic landscape of Haspengouw.

Helsheaven

Helsheaven offers visitors a beautiful panorama over the fruit region and has become a popular stopover for hikers and cyclists. Other famous artworks in the area are the See-Through Church made by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh and the Tree Tents by Dré Wapenaar.

Location Helsheaven: Gudderstraat 26-32, Sint-Truiden, Belgium.

Helsheaven

Helsheaven

Helsheaven

Helsheaven

Helsheaven

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Located at the highest point in Helshoven, this floating chapel is the new attraction in the Haspengouw region in Belgium. Artist Frits Jeur...