Villers-Sainte-Gertrude is a village located in the province of Luxembourg in the Walloon Region, Belgium. Villers-Sainte-Gertrude has been part of the province of Luxembourg only since 1839. Before that, it was part of the department of the Ourthe. The communities of Deux Rys and Roche à Frêne were attached to it in 1826. It was a fully-fledged municipality before the fusion of municipalities in 1977, and is now part of the Belgian town of Durbuy. The district consists of Grand-Bru and Villers-Sainte-Gertrude and of the localities Moulin des Roches, Hiva and Champs des Cognées.
The village, located on a ridge at the foot of which flows the Aisne, a small tributary of the Ourthe and the stream of Vieux-Fourneau is a pleasant resort highly frequented by tourists during the summer period.
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Durbuy,Villers-Sainte-Gertrude, Luxemburg, Belgium
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