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Han-sur-Lesse (French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃syʁˈlɛs], in Walloon: Han-so-Lesse) is a Walloon village in the municipality of Rochefort, Namur Province in southeastern Belgium. It is famous for the exceptional caves carved under a nearby hill by the river Lesse, which tourists reach via a preserved remnant of the country's vicinal tramway system.

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Coordinates: 50°7′34″N 5°11′16″E / 50.12611°N 5.18778°E / 50.12611; 5.18778