Lying at the heart of a wide valley with forested ridges, crossed by the Naive and Douyet streams, Ny owes its beauty to the marriage of stone and water.
Province : Luxembourg
Commune : Hotton
Centered around the roman church, Ny declines shades of gray, ranging from dark late roofs to light limestone walls. This rural habitat is completed by timbered and brick gables, remnants of ancient building techniques.
Fountains and troughs, leaning against the wall of the church and presbytery, stil define the village center, before water was distributed within each home. Stroling through the streets of Espinette and des Fontaines, farmhouses from 18th and 19th century will lead you to the outsqirts of the village and into the preserved landscapes that surround it.
Slightly withdrawn from the center, the fortified farm camps inside its estate marking with the church the architectural heritage highlights.
© Photography: 1 Christian Collet / 4-5,7-15 Mark Rossignol / 3 François Delfosse / 6 PBVW
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