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Verneuil-en-Halatte, currently populated of 4.320 inhabitants, is a peaceful village, blotti in skirt of forest of Halatte on left bank of Oise, upstream and in the North-East of Creil, and connected to Pont-Sainte-Maxence, ( in the east) by the secondary road D120.
Visit the village of Verneuil-en-Halatte
Verneuil-en-Halatte is a peaceful village of 4460 inhabitants, blotti in skirt of forest d' Halatte, on left bank of the Oise river.
The center of the village is animated by its trade and its market every Friday. The chestnut tree will be your benchmark at crossroads of the forest and village. You will be able to discover there the church dedicated to Sainte Genevieve and Saint Honore, which was built in XV and XVI centuries.
The museum Serge RAMOND, place of Piegaro, single in Europe, recalls the history in relief. Traces and memory of the stone of the Neolithic era until the second world war on 22 rooms including 2 audio-visual spaces.
Place of multiple walks to feet, horse or in the bicycle, the forest d' Halatte offers, from its carefully maintained forest paths, a vast place of relaxation and communion with nature…
Gravel pits were exploited a long time in Verneuil-en-Halatte. The landscape offers from now on a multitude of the ponds.
The halt of pleasure and the débarcadaire will allow you d' to appreciate the Oise river, within a calm and convivial framework where it is good spade-to screw.
Discover the cultural heritages of Verneuil-en-Halatte
- The museum Serge Ramond
The walls have the word in Verneuil-en-Halatte. Memories of the daily life of the men since Antiquity, " graffiti" were always a means of the expression, of communication or dispute. It acts of religious symbols, the military inscriptions, of human or animal silhouettes or of simple ornaments, these drawings say some long on the lifestyles, the beliefs or the interesting centers in the course of the centuries. More than 3500 mouldings, 21 rooms and 2 vidéos of presentations. Thirty years of research allowed the result of an exceptional, admirably museography collection in Verneuil en Halatte, with the helps of the commune, department and area.
* The Saint-Honore Church
Detaching on foliations of the forest of Halatte the high silhouette of its bell-tower with stone arrow, the church Saint Honore remains a building wrongfully ignored. Interesting archaeological problems that it poses as the quality of its architecture of the end of the Gothic will however not fail to reward the visitors willing to grant the attention.
- The manor Solomon de Brosse
With the origin called " Hotel of Quentin" Saint; , the manor Solomon de Brosse took his name and its current final form as from the XVII century. This house, formerly called " House jaune" or " House of Sully" integrated in the collection buildings which constituted, at the end of XVI century, Hostel of St Quentin. The architect Solomon de Brosse, born in a close house, bought this manor in 1613 to make his dwelling of it.
- The Gallo-Roman Villa of BUFOSSE
The Gallo-Roman site, old firm of 1st front century J.C built of wood and torchi, was exploited 1st at the 4th century. As of the Roman conquest this important farm, of the traditional shape out of U replaces the old Gallic enclosures. With the origin, dimensions were of 450 m out of 100 m broad.
The natural days in Verneuil-en-Halatte
The Walk of " the Valley of Oise" , 250 kms in 8 stages over 8 days while following the course of Oise by the tow paths. Departure on July 14, French National Festival, of Conflans co. Honorine (confluent of Oise) with Chimay in Belgium with the source of Oise, on July 21, Belgian National Festival.
Opened with all, this walk in its totality addresses to initiates, but for the beginners, possibility is offered to carry out one or more stages.
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