Culture

Attractions in our community.

 

Cinqfontaines: Monastery Fünfbrunnen, which was built in the Rhenish-Romanesque style at the beginning Attractions in our community:

Cinqfontaines: Monastery Fünfbrunnen, which was built in the Rhenish-Romanesque style at the beginning of the 20th century; as well as the Jewish monument, which reminds of the deportation of 700 Jews to different concentration camps during the World War II.

Hachiville: in the church you will find a carved altar from the 16th century, featuring a sculptural description of the life and suffering of Christ. Sightseeing at the Klauskapelle located at the edge of the forest, where once the carved altar was located.
 
Hoffelt: Here you find the tracks of an unfinished channel. The work on this canal began in 1827 and was discontinued in 1830 as a result of the Belgian revolution. It should have connected the rivers Meuse and Moselle.
 
Oberwampach: Cicignon monument with the former castle one can bear witness of a varied past. The castle was built in the Middle Ages and was the seat of a number of dominions, among others Jean C. Cicignon (born around 1630), the builder of the Norwegian city Trondheim, which was completely destroyed by a conflagration.

Post route: Asselborn - Trotten, this was already used in the 15th century and combined the former post stations Asselborn and Bourcy.
of the 20th century; as well as the Jewish monument, which reminds of the deportation of 700 Jews to different concentration camps during the World War II.