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Sippenaeken, the smallest village in the town of about 300 residents (many farmers) and means 'seven sources'. At the edge of the Dutch border, it deploys its charms full of peace and quiet close to the river the ‘Gueule’. To the west of the village, beyond a small peak, the castle ‘ Beusdael’ and his dungeon of the 13th century offers a splendid view to visitors and dominates the valley. From the village or from the wood ‘Beusdael’, multiple hiking trails are accessible to walkers.
To discover :
* Castle Beusdael (from the road)
* Borders terminals
* Typical old timbered house

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