The marriage stone, along the Semois
It consisted of two blocks, one made of shale and the other of quartz. The bride and groom had to sit back to back on the quartz block in order to be fertilised.
The “broken bridge”
Remains of a viaduct used by the old Gedinne-Bohan vicinal line, which was dynamited by the French army on 11 May 1940, in order to slow down the advance of the German army.
Numerous former tobacco drying sheds
During the summer of 1944, the Bohan forest was the site of a camp organised by the Marathon Mission to hide Allied airmen until the Liberation. The camp, run by Hubert Renault, was the first of six Marathon camps to be liberated by American troops. Many local people helped with the security and supply of the Allied airmen.