a wooded plateau in the Champagne-Ardenne region of France; the site of intense fighting in World Wars I and II.
Gentle rolling undulations in the south of Belgium that are locally revered as an untamed wilderness. In reality they consist of extensive plantation pine forest, trickling rivulets and fields of cows. Nonetheless they do make a pleasant day out. Don't forget your raincoat.
Ardennes is a department in the northeast of France named after the Ardennes area.
The Ardennes (IPA pronunciation: ) (Dutch: Ardennen) is a region of extensive forests and rolling hill country, primarily in Belgium and Luxembourg, but stretching into France (lending its name to the Ardennes dÃ©partement and the Champagne-Ardenne rÃ©gion).
The Ardennes is one of the oldest breeds of draft horse originating from the Ardennes area in France/North Western Europe. They are heavy-boned but agile at times, with thick legs that help when plowing fields, pulling stumps, and riding. Ardennes have a lot of Belgian blood.