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Mons, UNESCO Route

Kulturell Um Mons
26.8 km
Radwanderer
3Uhr
Mittel
  • Höhenunterschied
    196.35 m
  • Dokumentation
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Orte von Interesse
1 Mundaneum
Within these walls a precious legacy of books, newspapers and documents are conserved, making up the Répertoire Bibliographique Universel recognised by l’UNESCO. Reach the Mundaneum by bike from visitMons.
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2 The belfry
A proud symbol of Montoise identity, El catiau was erected in the 17th century. Standing at 87 metres, it is the only Baroque style belfry in Belgium.
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3 Grand-Hornu
Representative of 19th century industry, this former coal mine arose from a landmark project dedicated to productivity. The historical visit is completed by temporary expositions on design and applied and contemporary arts at the MAC’S. In this place there is therefore a synthesis between memory and a contemporary approach.
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4 SILEX'S
Located outside of the route, you can still reach it by doing ride 10. SILEX’S is a mecca of prehistory in Europe. In the Neolithic age, between 8,000 – 3,300 BC, numerous flint mines were dug there. The new facilities allow you to descend into this mine where large slabs of flint used to be extracted.
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196 Meter Höhenunterschied
  • Höhe des Startpunkts : 59 m
  • Höhe des Ankunftsorts : 59 m
  • Maximale Höhe : 76 m
  • Minimale Höhe : 24 m
  • Totaler positiver Höhenmeter : 196 m
  • Totaler negativer Höhenmeter : -196 m
  • Maximaler positiver Höhenmeter : 25 m
  • Maximaler negativer Höhenmeter : -43 m