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Helecine domain - Belgium

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Located at 30 minutes from Liège (Luik) and 40 minutes from Brussels, this 18th century neoclassical castle is located on the site of the old abbey Premonstratensian

of Heylissem founded in 1129. After the departure of the religious at the revolution, the buildings were taken over by the brothers Thiberghien who transformed
the ancient abbey in a spinning mill and a cotton cloth. Later, the Baron Vanden Bossche from Tirlemont (Tienen) has reassigned the domain to a manufacture of
apple brandy  then to a sugar beet.
The widow of Baron Vanden Bossche has bequeathed all the domain to his nephew in 1919 wich sold the estate to the Province of Brabant in 1962.
The site is currently assigned to various sports and cultural activities.

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Copyright: Patrick Hubert
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16150x8075
Taken: 13/06/2010
Uploaded: 13/06/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


Tags: belgium; domain; hélécine; brabant; tourism; nature
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