DUN-SUR-MEUSE

ramparts, 

11th-17th centuries

Grand-Est region

Volunteers worksite

10 - 27 august

​♜  The Duke of Ardenne erects an impressive castle in the 11th century. The lords of Apremont complete it later on by a fortified wall. The horses gate was built between the 15th and the 17th century.

Conservation, stabilisation and restoration of the ramparts

Plants removal and cleaning of masonries

Masonry work and repointing, consolidation, sécurisation

Stone dressing and laying

Accomodation in a dormitory

44 rue de l'Hôtel de ville

55110 DUN-SUR-MEUSE

Verdun SNCF train station + bus : line Verdun/Stenay - stop at "Place du Monument aux Morts" in the city of Dun

ATTENTION : Time of arrival : on the Sunday before the worksite, in the afternoon. Make sure you check the time schedule of the buses. Find the time schedule of the buses HERE

A stonemason

285 euros full-board accomodation + 30 euros annual subscription

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  • Dun-sur-Meuse 2016

16 years old minimum

 

You must enrol for the whole stay

01 43 35 15 51

5-7 rue Guilleminot, 75014 Paris

cham@cham.asso.fr

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