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Stand in the tunnels in Vimy, walk in the trenches where Canadian troops stood in April 1917. See the CWGC's larges...
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One of the oldest surviving hospital buildings in Europe, the Sint-Janshospitaal dates back to the 11th century.
One of the oldest surviving hospital buildings in Europe, the Sint-Janshospitaal dates back to the 11th century. It houses a museum displaying medieval medical instruments, dormitoryies, records and art. Its highlight is the collection of six 15th paintings by Hans Memling, including the gilded oak reliquary of the Shrine of St Ursula, depicting scenes from her life.
The Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk or Church of Our Lady is noted for its beautiful mixed architecture and the important art treasures it houses
De Halve Maan is the only surviving home brewery in Bruges, run by the Maes family since 1856 on the Walplein
Currently closed for renovation
DiamantMuseum delves into the world of diamonds, presenting all facets from mining and dust polishing to the latest laser cutting technologies
The Princely Beguinage Ten Wijngaarde or Beguinage of the Vineyard in Bruges is a semi-monastic complex that was once home to Beguines (Catholic lay women) and is now inhabited by the sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict
One of the city's most prominent symbols, this historic clock tower provides a bird's eye view of Bruges
Grote Markt is the heart of Bruges, a bustling cobblestone-paved square surrounded by magnificent historic buildings