Audioguía

AudioguíaSaint Piat Road - Seclin (France) to Tournai (Belgium)

2 Paradas del tour

  1. Resumen de audiotour
  2. Resumen de audiotour

    The path of Saint-Piat is a 32km cross-border road that connects towns and villages along the axis Tournai, Bouvines and Seclin, that is ¼ in Belgium and ¾ in France. In the middle of the rural area, it links for centuries the French part and the Belgian sector of the old "Pays de Pévèle

    The route of this ancient route remains visible on maps and aerial photographs.

    It crosses agrarian landscapes well preserved and representative of the agricultural activities which made the ancestral wealth of this country. The origins of this path date back to the 3rd century with Saint Piat and the legend that surrounds it. This Christian martyr came to evangelize the region of Tournai and Seclin.

    This route is also that of a true invasions corridor, a place where the wind of History breathes.

    In turn, the communes were at the heart of famous regional historical events such as the Battle of Bouvines which took place on Sunday, July 27, 1214. First major battle of European dimension which marks for France the birth of the idea of ​​nation and homeland. Unlike other European battlefields, the site is perfectly preserved. Walkers on the road discover almost the landscape that fighters saw 800 years ago.

    The plain of the Battle of Bouvines is a surprisingly preserved space being classified under the remarkable and unique historical landscapes on a cross-border space.

    By following it, you will discover historical places and monuments such as the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Tournai, the Saint-Pierre Church of Bouvines, the Saint-Nicolas Church of Péronne-en-Mélantois and the Saint-Piat Collegiate Church.

  3. 1 Saint Piat Collegiate Church
  4. 2 Library and parish house
  5. 3 La Maison des Choraux et la Brasserie
  6. 4 House of the Prevôt
  7. 5 Mural by a Nicaraguan artist
  8. 6 The Saint Piat Chapel
  9. 7 Seclin Art Deco Station
  10. 8 Crescendo restaurant
  11. 9 Lille Lesquin Airport
  12. 10 Villa Andrée
  13. 11 Saint Vincent church
  14. 12 Large three-level house
  1. Resumen de audiotour

    The path of Saint-Piat is a 32km cross-border road that connects towns and villages along the axis Tournai, Bouvines and Seclin, that is ¼ in Belgium and ¾ in France. In the middle of the rural area, it links for centuries the French part and the Belgian sector of the old "Pays de Pévèle

    The route of this ancient route remains visible on maps and aerial photographs.

    It crosses agrarian landscapes well preserved and representative of the agricultural activities which made the ancestral wealth of this country. The origins of this path date back to the 3rd century with Saint Piat and the legend that surrounds it. This Christian martyr came to evangelize the region of Tournai and Seclin.

    This route is also that of a true invasions corridor, a place where the wind of History breathes.

    In turn, the communes were at the heart of famous regional historical events such as the Battle of Bouvines which took place on Sunday, July 27, 1214. First major battle of European dimension which marks for France the birth of the idea of ​​nation and homeland. Unlike other European battlefields, the site is perfectly preserved. Walkers on the road discover almost the landscape that fighters saw 800 years ago.

    The plain of the Battle of Bouvines is a surprisingly preserved space being classified under the remarkable and unique historical landscapes on a cross-border space.

    By following it, you will discover historical places and monuments such as the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Tournai, the Saint-Pierre Church of Bouvines, the Saint-Nicolas Church of Péronne-en-Mélantois and the Saint-Piat Collegiate Church.

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