Enchanted by this village, Max Ernst and his wife, Dorothéa Tanning, spent the last years of their lives here. The creator of the strange Loplop bird found his ‘planet’ here. A museum commemorates their work.
The Chapel of Notre Dame de l’Ormeau is another must-see. Tucked away in leafy surroundings, this 12th-century chapel contains many treasures: a Roman cippus, a piece of an early Christian chancel, a sculpted 17th-century chair, votive offerings, a statue of Our Lady, a splendid 16th-century Baroque altarpiece in painted wood, whose central panel, sculpted from a single tree trunk, depicts the family tree of the Virgin Mary.
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