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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.
Vlamingstraat 33, 8000 Brugge, Belgium
+32 50 34 01 50
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