Nature is reasserting itself in Uccle


16/09/2017 - 16/09/2017

Even Man, the great builder, is powerless against the force of nature. Uccle is a typical example of this and even the impressive Wolvendael Park fails to prove otherwise. With its 14 hectares, it seems to repel the encroaching urban landscape that surrounds it. Around Montagne de Saint-Job/Berg van Sint-Job, the inhabitants have also accepted defeat before Mother Nature and, together, have created an environmentally-friendly sustainable quarter. However, nature has reserved its greatest tour de force for Dieweg Cemetery. Marble, blue stone, pathways, etc. are all covered, being devoured by the versatile greenery. It all combines to create an atmosphere that would thrill more than one 19th century poet! And this isn’t the only surprise in store for you on this magical tour…

In cooperation with Itinéraires, sur les Sentiers de l’Histoire.

Practical information

    • in front of the Wolvendael Park
    • square des Héros
    • 1180 Brussels
    • Saturday only at 9h30, 11h30 and 14h00 (duration: 1.5 hours)
      Please note that bookings are essential. Call 02/537.68.75 (from Monday to Friday, 10h00 to 13h00). Up to 25 people per tour. In French only.
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