Land of cinema
Eldorado ; Les visiteurs 3 ; Le Couperet ; Rundskop ; Missing ; Illégal ; Rosetta ; Deux jours, une nuit...
The Terres-de-Meuse have been used as a backdrop for the cinema on several occasions.
Land of talent
Zénobe Gramme (inventor of the industrial dynamo), Maurice Tillieux (cartoonist, scriptwriter), Paul Delvaux (artist) et Jean-Joseph Merlin (inventor of roller skates)...
These inventors and artists were born in Terres-de-Meuse.
Land of cultivation
Le safran de Cotchia (Wasseiges)
It is the first professional saffron maker in Belgium.
The world's leading producer of these perennial orchids, Phytesia, has established its greenhouses in Scry (Tinlot)
Well present in the wetlands of the Geer, Burdinale and Mehaigne valleys, pollarded willows are the result of regular pruning. They're not a particular type of willow tree. Inherited from ancient practices (wood harvesting, basketry...), these trees are now a source of biodiversity (refuge for the little owl).
Land of mastery
Père Pire bridge (Huy-Wanze)
The Père Pire Bridge is a world first in its construction method, the deck was entirely built on the left bank. Once completed, it swung to take its place over the Meuse.