In Villers-la-Ville, at the centre of the village on its rocky hillock, the Notre-Dame parish church was built on the foundations of a large 13th century Romanesque chapel erected by...
This domestic farm is an outbuilding of the Villers Abbey situated South of the Abbey 125m high on the left bank of the Thyle river.
It used to be linked to the monastery by a road in the woods originating behind the old water mill.
The architectural grouping of the Farm dates back to the 18th century.
This farm used to be one of the three sections of the Bouverie farm which has now disappeared.
This is where the monks coming from Clairvaux settled in 1146 to create a new monastery.
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