The name Auderghem appeared for the first time in the 13th century as “Oudrenghem”, which meant “home of ancestors”. A commune bursting with historical heritage, come and discover its remarkable examples of architecture and its history during the Great War.
The commune pays a vibrant homage to its victims of the Great War, giving their names to numerous streets. A beautiful monument is also dedicated to its fallen soldiers. This route will introduce you to old Auderghem throughout history, along with its anecdotes. Join us on this unusual and authentic walk, which experiences the commune through its history.
Walking visit. FREE
Meeting point: outside the Auderghem Culture Centre, Boulevard du Souverain 183, 1160 Auderghem.
French: 10 am
English: 11 am
Dutch: 2 pm
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