DJIBLOU = GEMBLOUX-SUR-ORNEAUX
ramoncle Bezt, Bossre, Bt, Crw, rndje, Grand-L, Grand-Mani, Lonzye, Au Mazi, Sauvnre
BEUZET  - BOSSIERE - BOTHEY - CORROY-LE-CHATEAU - ERNAGE - GRAND-LEEZ - GRAND-MANIL - LONZEE - MAZY - SAUVENIERE

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The Church of Bothey - L' glje di Bt

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In the old cemetery surrounding the Church, some old and unreadable tomstones.

Come sovnt,  i gn'a nn moyin d' lre ls pres ds cav ki sont co tot auto.

A little about GEMBLOUX
The origine of Gembloux is way back in the Xth century when Saint GUIBERT came in and founded in a Benedict ABBEY. The monk OLBERT conducted the construction in the roman style between 1012 and 1048.
There are still some parts of the old fortificated city-walls builded in the the years 1152 and 1158.
A farm-castle (XVIIth century) in Petit-Leez, an other in Sauvenire (from the XVI/XVIIIth centuries). In Grand-Leez an old windmill and in Lonze, a Cistercian Abbey (XVIIIth century) and a windmill of 1741.

Si vos vlz comprinde, ralz don  l' pdje di Djiblo. On dit co ne mite di pus.

ralans-n' l' INTREYE ?