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VFF09 - From Bruay La Brussiere to Ablain Saint Nazaire

In Rebreuve-Branchicourt, you could see an old mill over the river Brette and a castle of the 18th century. The departemental nature and leisure park of Olhain is located in a domanial forest where it's possible to practise various outdoor sports like golf and horse riding.

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VFF08 - From Amettes to Bruay La Brussiere

Starting from Amettes, you will reach Ferfay. It's the place where St. Lugle and St. Luglien's stele, Irish martyrs, is located. In Marles-les-mines, not far from the GR route, there is the mine museum.

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VFF07 - From Delettes to Amettes

At the end of Delettes, overlooking the Lys valley, there are the ruins of the old Nielles mill. A few kilometers further hence, Thérouanne was capital city of Morinie and historical halt on the route from Arras to Boulogne.

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VFF06 - From Wisques to Delettes

Two abbeys in Wisques will capture your attention: the one dedicated to St. Paul of the 15th century, and the one of Our Lady of the 19th century.

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VFF05 - From Tournehem-sur-la-Hem to Wisques

In the surroundings, the route called "Leulène" passes. It's also old, like the Via Francigena, but that one isn't a religious pilgrimage way but rather military, from the time when Julius Caesar gathered his troops in Sangatte to prepare the conquest of Britannia, the antique Britain.

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VFF04 - From Licques to Tournehem-sur-la-Hem

After having left Licques, you'll start seeing many windmills. On the territory of the commune of Guémy, the ruins of St. Louis' chapel culminate at 121m on the chalky hillsides, from where the view is panoramic.

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VFF03 - From Guines to Licques

When you enter the domanial forest of Guînes, pay attention to the column Blanchard, conmemorative monument to the first crossing of the Channel sea by airship in 1785.

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VFF02 - From Wissant to Guines

After having crossed Wissant, charming former village of fishermen with their "flobarts", it's time to left the coast aside to get into the inner lands.

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VFF01 - From Calais to Wissant

The crossing of the Channel sea is swifter today than at Sigeric's time. Boarding in Dover and landing in Calais, we quickly see the gorgeous belfry classified by the UNESCO and various other monuments. Don’t hesitate to visit the city, its museum of and fashion, and climb the belfry to discover terrific views over the coastline.

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VFF39 - From Coublanc to Champlitte

In Coublanc, we leave region Grand Est and enter region Burgundy-Franche Comté in Leffond.

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VFS02 - Stage Jougne-Orbe

After having crossed the hill of Jougne, frequented since ancient times, the Via Francigena passes by the Chapel of St. Maurice, founded by the canons of the Abbey of St. Maurice in Valais.

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VFS03v - Alternative route - Yverdon-Orbe

From Yverdon, the route follows the River Orbe, sometimes high up as in Chamblon, sometimes alongside the river. Then via Boscéaz with its impressive Roman mosaics to the village of Orbe.

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VFS02v - Alternative route - St-Croix-Yverdon

The ViaFrancigena reaches Swiss soil at La Grand’Borne near L’Auberson, leads over high plains to Sainte-Croix and down to Vuiteboeuf, with beautiful views of the Swiss Mittelland.

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VFS01v - Alternative route - Pontarlier-St-Croix

The last leg of the route, ascending to pass the Jura Mountains starts at Pontarlier. 

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VFS04 - Stage Cossonay-Lausanne

The Via Francigena follows the course of the Venoge from Cossonay to the banks of Lake Geneva. The river represents the main theme of this leg, between mountains and valleys,

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VFS03 - Stage Orbe-Cossonay

Exiting the Orbe leg (55. Urba), the trail moves towards Romainmôtier, passing through Bretonnières with its picturesque Roman church.

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Leg 21 - Variation Monte Valoria

This variation rises up to the top of Mount Valoria from where it is possible to enjoy of an incredible panorama.

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VFS05 - Stage Lausanne-Vevey

This leg runs partially along the Lemano lake and partially crosses vineyards of "Lavaux". They are included in the World heritage UNESCO regarding production of wine

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VFS07 - Stage Aigle-St-Maurice

On leaving Aigle, the route passes vineyards as it shortly arrives at the castle, constructed in the 13th Century.  Proceeding through vineyards and woods along the coast, the path reaches Ollon. 

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Leg 41 - Variation 1 - Ponte Camillaro

The variation allows to go and visit the ruins of Ponte Camillaro, ancient Roman contruction.

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