Cashed in the valley of the Upper Meuse, on the banks of the river, Dinant form long urban band backed by dark cliffs of the Condroz. The Dinant area in southern Belgium (Wallonia, French) is known for its landscape and architectural treasures as much, illustrated perfectly the city: the Bayard rock is an example of what can happen geology dramatically, while in the city, the citadel dominates the rock surrounding area. It provides an additional hidden in Dinant when illuminated at night. Below, another remarkable monument, the Notre Dame, emblematic of the Walloon architecture of the thirteenth century. The city close to the waterfront hosting along its docks boaters boats and cruise passengers sailing on the Meuse is a particularly popular activity of all holidaymakers in the region.

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