The bronze Ros Beyaert (by Aloïs De Beule and Domien Ingels) and the sculptural group "Beauty, strength and wisdom" (by Jules-Pierre Biesbroeck) are scant remains of the World 1913, Ros Beyaard is a saga about a strange rock in Dinant.There are two versions of it.
There were once four Heemskinderen. She had been a magical horse of their father, but Charlemagne wanted that horse in his possession and decided to pronounce a curse on the Four Heemskinderen. On the stroke turned the children into four high rocks. Now Charlemagne would have all power over the horse, but the horse kept as many of the children he changed his grief itself into a rock (Rocher Beyard). Charlemagne had lost his horse.
Version 2 There were once four Heemskinderen. She had been a magical horse of their father, but Charlemagne wanted to get that horse in his possession and decided to murder the four Heemskinderen. He went after them. When the children arrived at the Meuse they could more out of nowhere, but the horse was their salvation. They climbed on the horse, which repelled against a rock so hard that the rock cleft in two, and jump over the river. The children were rescued.
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Scanned : Photogrammetry (Processed using Agisoft PhotoScan)