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Several standing stones are decorating Wéris and Oppagne...
Standing Stones near the southern dolmen (Wéris II)
Five standing stones near the Oppagne-dolmen.
Standing Stone 'Menhir de Danthine'
The "Menhir de Danthine" is called after Mademoiselle Danthine, an archaeologist at the University of Liège. In 1948 she saved the stone from destruction by replacing it about 130 meters.
The three "menhirs" in Oppagne, under a plum tree, are best visual early in spring or after harvest. The two close standing stone probably are the remains of one split stone.
Here an old tradition is still (or new) alive. In the tree visitors hanged ribbons, probably hoping to cure from a disease...
Following it's not allowed to remove the ribbons. If you do, you 'll get 'guaranteed' the disease connected to the ribbon...