On your left hand side you can see the village of Eprave. As early as the Bronze Age, Eprave was inhabited by our forefathers who were attracted by its privileged position. Indeed, in times gone by, a platform surrounded by water was a much-appreciated means of defence. In the time of cottage industries, the villagers specialised in the fabrication of ramons (which is a Walloon term for old fashioned brooms), and that is why the Eprave villagers are called Chovelettes (from the Walloon ‘chover’ to brush). Almost every village has a quite colourful sobriquet!