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Until the sixteenth century Bruges was an important trading centre. The Zwin gave it access to the sea and  it was a point of exchange for the whole of Europe. After the Zwin silted up, trading came to a standstill and the city became Bruges la Morte for 300 years. The city was finally rediscovered by English and French romantics, who fell under the spell of its intact architecture, harmony of styles and freshwater canals.
excerpt from
Time Out Guide Brussels

29 July 2000

Charming buildings along the
River Dijver

Brugges





Brugges

St Janshospitaal (St John's Hospital)
and Memlingmuseum (Memling Museum)

Brugges St John Hospital Memling Museum


white-washed buildings

Brugges White Washed Buildings


Windmolen Nieuwe Papegaai

Brugges Windmill Nieuwe Papegaai

Windmolen Bonne Chiere
and Windmolen St Janshuusmolen

BruggesWindmills St Janshuusmolen Bonne Chiere

Norman and Shelly
along Minnewater Park

Brugges Norman & Shelly


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