Village de Montigny-sur-Meuse
Often described as a small passing village, take the time to stop for a few moments in Montigny-sur-Meuse.
Crossing the railway line, you will discover the houses on the banks of the Meuse, the charming shore street where fishermen often meet. And then, an unmissable gem of the village, there is the church of Montigny-sur-Meuse. Your walk would be incomplete if you did not go to the town hall to collect the key. Built in Montigny stone, the building dates from the XNUMXth century and hides within it a marvel of Baroque decor.