The St. Bernard tower

La Vallée de la Source

The St. Bernard tower

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The problem is that by the year of construction, 1148 as engraved on the base of the towers, the Vikings had long since left our region. This compact two storey structure also looks suspiciously like a Roman dungeon.

It is possible that the first Cistercians moved into this tower when they arrived in Cambron. The two wooden play towers of course serve as children's play areas, while the eccentric stage constructions and the maze, a work of art by Edwin Fisher, will obviously delight a more mature audience.

The St. Bernard tower in image

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