Nestled in the heart of the Gaume forest, the site of Montauban is a major archaeological site where vestiges of the past, history, heritage, natural resources and contemporary art meet. Past and present are intertwined to create a magical place. This place of refuge presents the ruins of a keep, the ruins of a castle that legend attributes to the Four Aymon Sons. Throughout the year, the Centre d’Art Contemporain du Luxembourg Belge programmes exhibitions and artistic events outside, as well as in the office of the forges and in the René Greisch space.

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