Abbaye de Vauclair, Bouconville-Vauclair

#8 of 51 in Historic Sites in Aisne
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Abbaye de Vauclair was a Cistercian abbey founded in 1134 by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. The site became a historical monument ?n 1970. You can visit the ruins of this medieval architecture of archaeological relevance, which now includes an arboretum with apple and pear trees as well as a medicinal herb garden. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Abbaye de Vauclair by using our Bouconville-Vauclair trip planner.
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  • Fourth visit to this stunning location and historic site. So relaxing and inspiring. The only thing missing is a map of the location so that we know more about the buildings that were there once.  more »
  • A visit to the Abbaye de Vauclair is ideal for a half-day out with a picnic. The Abbaye ruins offer an insight into the size and activities, as well as a well stock and detailed medicinal herb...  more »
  • Abbey ruins are always beautiful.
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