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Frietmuseum, Bruges

The Frietmuseum, as the name suggests, is a museum dedicated to fries.

The Frietmuseum, as the name suggests, is a museum dedicated to fries. It begins with the 10000 year old history of potatoes which originated in Peru, explores their introduction in Belgium and presents the production of Belgian fries.


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About Frietmuseum

 Vlamingstraat 33, 8000 Brugge, Belgium

 +32 50 34 01 50

 www.frietmuseum.be

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