SAINT AMANDUS CHURCH KWAREMONT
The artists' village of Kwaremont, with its whitewashed St. Amandus church, is a great place to stroll around. Starting in the 1940s, when a lot of artistic souls came here looking for inspiration, it grew into the "Saint-Martens-Latem of the Flemish Ardennes". Ateliers and galleries sprang up like mushrooms, and especially in the 1970s and 1980s, Kwaremont was a booming destination for day-trippers. Rightly so, because the word "picturesque" seems to have been especially coined for this unique village.