|Community association||Pays du Coquelicot|
|Coordinates||50 ° 6 ′ N , 2 ° 33 ′ E|
|surface||6.74 km 2|
|Residents||134 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||20 inhabitants / km 2|
The Saint-Pierre church
Bus-les-Artois ( Picard : Beu-lès-Artoé) is a northern French municipality with 134 inhabitants (at January 1, 2017) in the department of Somme in the region of Hauts-de-France . The municipality belongs to the canton of Albert and is part of the Communauté de communes du Pays du Coquelicot .
The community is located on the D176 département road between Thièvre in the west and Mailly-Maillet in the east, around four kilometers north of Acheux-en-Amiénois .
The place, first mentioned in 1168 under the name Bosci , received the Croix de guerre 1914–1918 as an award .
Mayor (maire) has been Philippe Rouvillain since 2001.
- The Saint-Pierre church, restored in 1804 after a fire, with Gothic elements from the 15th century.
- The castle with chapel, which dates back to the Middle Ages and was rebuilt in 1848.
- Memorial of the City of Leeds for the reception of soldiers in World War I.
- The British War Cemetery.
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