Huy (Walloon: Hu; French: Huy, Dutch: Hoei) is a municipality of Belgium. It lies in the country's Walloon Region and Province of Liège. Huy lies along the river Meuse, at the mouth of the small river Hoyoux. It is in the sillon industriel, the former industrial backbone of Wallonia, home to about two-thirds of the Walloon population.
Huy is one of the oldest towns in Belgium. It was mentioned in documents as far back as 636. During the High and late Middle Ages it achieved considerable prosperity because of its famous brassworks and wool industry and became a thriving market center for pewter and copper ware. However, as a result of the numerous wars between the prince bishops of Liège and the dukes of Burgundy it gradually declined in importance. Get your own property in Huy (Hoei).
Huy is set in an undulating landscape at the confluence of the Meuse and the Hoyoux, approximately half-way between Namur and Liège. Sugar refineries, paper industry and the Tihange atomic power station situated upstream make up the economic base of the town, which is dominated by the powerful citadel. The town's most important buildings are known as the "4 wonders": Li Tchestia, Li Pontia, Li Rondia and Li Bassinia; only the last two still exist in their original form. Buy your real-estate (flat, apartment, house, luxury villa, land or business/commercial property) in Huy (Hoei).
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