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The origin of the village of Muno dates back from a thousand years. The history of Muno is related to an old legacy. The lordship of Muno was given to the abbey of St-Vanne in Verdun. A priory has been established in Muno by the Benedictine to administrate their goods: land and woods. They requested the protection of different lords and finally the Ecclesiasticus lordship of Muno has been ceded to the Jesuit of Liège in the beginning of the 17th century. The Jesuit regulated the forest laws and uses to support the construction of their college in Liège. The inhabitants put the woods on fire to show their resistance against the excessive forest samples. Nowadays the conifers, which are planted on the South of the forest, are situated on those old burnt areas. After the suppression of the Jesuit Company in our country, Muno rallied the county of Luxembourg. The Jesuit's priory still exists. This private property overhangs the village.

This ancient commune carried two sections: Watrinsart and Lambermont, both of them where settled on the first cuesta (Lorraine coast). We can discover a beautiful panorama on the road that links Watrinsart to Muno direction Muno and on the Ardennes forest.

« Roche à l'Appel »

The geology lovers can have a pleasant and instructive day in the direct surroundings of Muno. The center of the geological reserve is in La Roche à l'Appel. They form, together with the neighbor forest, an enjoyable place. We can reach the top of it with two walking trails. There, you can find a nice view on the Ardennes forest and on the two first cuestas that are really gorgeous. This all together forms an impressive panorama.

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Contact

  • Syndicat d'initiative de Florenville sur Semois
    Esplanade du Panorama 1
    6820 FLORENVILLE
  • +32 (0) 61 31 12 29

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