Maison Van Gogh de Colfontaine
The house where Van Gogh lodged at the beginning of his stay in the Borinage (December 1878 - October 1880) is in Colfontaine (formerly Wasmes), west of Mons. Van Gogh enthusiasts can see a presentation here about the life of the artist in the Borinage.
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'the Borinage is every bit as picturesque as old Venice, as Arabia, as Brittany, Normandy, Picardy or Brie'
Vincent van Gogh