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Fraiture en Condroz

Fraiture is a small village in Belgium’s Condroz region. It is located midway between Liege and Marche-en-Famenne and a few miles from Huy. It is part of Tinlot commune which includes the villages of Abée, Fraiture, Ramelot, Scry, Seny et Soheit-Tinlot. Fraiture included the lordship of Houchenée.

The village has many old buildings dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
En prenant la rue de la Vieille Forge, située en face de l'église; The Demoitié farm was built in 1665. The Grosjean farm looks like an old castle.

The new church of Saint-Remacle: built in a Néo-Roman style contains some old pieces, including a baptismal head angle dating from 1581, a memorial to John Brialmont, who died in 1596. He was Lord of Fraiture, Gentleman of the King of Spain and Mayor of Huy next to his wife Louise Van der Meer, and an old hand pump located just opposite the church.

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Posted by svjorber 15:58 Archived in Belgium Tagged photography

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