Folklore - La Royale Moncrabeau / Les Molons

Founded in 1843, the Royale Moncrabeau is a “singing” society that combines pleasure and charity!

In 1851, the blind musician Nicolas Bosret wrote “Li Bia Bouquet” (Walloon for “the most beautiful bouquet”), which was recognised by the Town Council in 1856 as the official song of Namur.

While cultivating Walloon songs and musical fantasies, the Molons are philanthropists who help the hidden poor with tact, gentleness and the utmost discretion…

Rue de Fer 2, 5000 Namur, Belgique

http://www.royalemoncrabeau.be

See also

Folklore - Les Echasseurs (The Waders)
Le huis clos - Escapes Games éphémères
Walks from station to station
Folklore - Les Alfers namurois
Geoteam
Provincial Museum of the Ancient Arts of Namur – Treasure of Oignies (TreM.a)
Architectural Heritage - Hôtel Gaiffier d’Hestroy
Maison des Desserts
Les Cup’Inn