Ti-Château is an old Roman oppidum (currently only ruins and a rebuilt watch tower) located near the Belgian village of Hotton. It defended an ancient city/village at the current location of Hotton. The old oppidum and its ruins lie at a triangular plateau called the Plage de Renissart, near large rock cliffs above the river Ourthe. It is likely that Ti-château was already habituated during the Neolithic, though most excavations are Roman.
Ti-Château is also famous among tourists for its views over the Ourthe valley and the villages of Hotton and Hampteau.
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