GeographyThe village is built along a road which goes up soft inclined on the side of a hill with very soft slope. It is located between the arms of two small rivers, very marécadeuses, where Noye is thrown in Avre. Avre being jettant then in the Sum in more than 10 km from there, in Amiens even.
When one comes from Amiens, one crosses Boves, the place chief of canton, one arrives at Fouencamps by the North-West of the Village, while crossing the fields located between the railway and Avre. Then the road goes down, passes along some construtions isolated right before passing the bridge of Avre and under maraicageux wood which are spread out then on the two sides of the road. There, a turn with right angle forsakes on the line a dirt track always delivered to the grasses which are made a joy of pushing in the middle of ambient moisture. Whereas the road turns to make us pass under the railway then to make a second turn, this way skirts the slope of more than five meters, in top of which the trains of the old large-line of junction between Paris and Lille circulate before the construction of line TGV.
Culturefrom 1977 to 1983, Ches Maraudeux of flencamps , a very alive association animated the village: popular balls, film projections in the coffee of the village, exits to the cinema, play amateur on the legend of the saints of the canton: Holy Domice, Holy Ulphe.
Places and monuments
- Church of the village
- War memorial of the Great War
- Town hall
- vault saint-domice, on the road of Hailles
- vault saint-ulphe, on the road of Cottenchy
- Ecole of Guard-sins
Personalities related to the commune
- Common of the Sum
- Fouencamps on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Fouencamps on the site of INSEE
- Fouencamps on the site of Quid
- Localization of Fouencamps on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Fouencamps on Mapquest
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