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Ename

Ename

Ename

Somewhat downstream along the Schelde lies Ename, a part of Oudenaarde. In the early Middle Ages, the village was on the dividing line between the French and German empires. The German emperor built a defense post around 974. In the immediate vicinity, a trade settlement developed. This evolution broke down when the Count of Flanders, French Vazal, Ename conquered in 1050 and built a Benedictine abbey on the ruins. This held for 7 centuries.

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Sporting holiday

Sporting holiday

Bike riding

Oudenaarde is the cycling city of the Flemish Ardennes and an excellent base for an active holiday! Oudenaarde is also linked to the renowned Round of Flanders, the most important Flemish cycling event.

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Shopping

Shopping in Oudenaarde

Oudenaarde has been a well-known shopping city and has some shopping centers in the municipalities.

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Museums

Museums

Het MOU - Museum of Oudenaarde and the Flemish Ardennes.

Oudenaarde, starting point for further exploration of the Flemish Ardennes, thousand years of history amidst endless wavy hills. The MOU - brings this history to life. Through interactive media and special historical pieces, you travel through time, from the Middle Ages to today.

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Nature

Nature

The Flemish Ardennes

The Flemish Ardennes is rightly called Flanders's most beautiful landscape.

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