#tripaway what an enchanting city is Bruges in Belgium! it’s streets and buildings are like taken from a fairytale or a movie! the food you find there, specially in the downtown is so delicious! it’s just like 1 hour by train from Brussels
Bruges, is located in the West Flanders area of northern Belgium. it is not a well traveled tourist area, but is a lovely little city. This belfry was built in the 13th century and when decorated for Christmas the town square is so pretty. #happynewyear
Bruges is a romantic city, famous for its canal and of course waffle as we are in Belgium!!! Walk around the old part of the city, get a hotel in it too, and climb the tower to get the amazing view. #happynewyear #Bruges
The oldest favorite city in Europe: Bruges, Belgium, this medieval city has preserved a large number of classic buildings from the centuries ago. The river is surrounded by ancient cities, waterways and lanes, various good-looking small houses, and spires. The church and the swans swimming in the lake, every place is as beautiful as a fairy tale. The whole ancient city is like an art gallery without a roof. It can be stopped and stopped in the streets and alleys to realize how chic it is, how to move, the scenery is picturesque, quiet and elegant.
The Church of Our Lady in the ancient city of Bruges, Belgium, was built in the thirteenth century and is the tallest brick church in continental Europe. The towering towers are majestic and can be seen anywhere in the ancient city. There is a famous art treasure in the church: Michelangelo's "Mother and the Holy Child", this is the only Michelangelo statue outside Italy. At the central altar there is also a statue of Charlie Charlie and his daughter Burgundy Mary, which is also very beautiful.
Venice in the North Bruges
Bruges is also known as Venice of the North, but it is completely different from Venice, Bruges, written by the Belgian poet writer George Rodenbach. It is noble and decadent!
1892, France's "Le Figaro" serialized Rodenbach's novel "Brussels Bruges", sensationalized the whole of Europe, Bruges because of his fame again, also attracted no Less wealthy businessmen and investors!
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Bruges Market Square
The most famous building on the market square is the bell tower Belfort, built in the 13th-15th century. The most beautiful building in Belgium. There are 47 bells on the 83-meter-high clock tower ringing once every quarter. It is said that when the Napoleon soldiers came down to the city, the 47 big clocks sounded at the same time, and they drowned the French rumble!
The square building below the bell tower was once a bustling market for fabrics. At most, there are 384 booths
walking in the old town of Bruges, where you can see it. The figure of the clock tower!
Like the buildings of these ancient towns, because they carry history and connect with the future..
Brugge Church of the Holy Blood
city hall also has a Romanesque and brother A special mixed-style church, the Church of the Holy Blood, where the 12th-century Crusades were preserved, the Count of Flanders received the Holy Blood from the crucifixion of Christ brought back from Constantinople! It is said that at a certain moment, the dried blood will turn into a liquid, which looks the same as fresh blood. Legends are legends, like the fragments of the cross of Jesus in many churches in Europe, which are said to be a forest.
The Bruges Canal
Canal is the most popular tourist in Bruges and the most pleasant place to visit. Every place is almost a good angle for taking pictures!
interlaced canals, old buildings, strolling along the river, there will be a feeling of time back...
The historical center of Bruges is a typical medieval city, preserved a number of centuries ago and is one of the UN's world heritage sites. There is the oldest town hall in Belgium, where the collection of the Holy Blood of Jesus, where Michelangelo was the only one to stay outside of Italy. In the beautiful and petite Bruges, the best way to visit is to walk, surrounded by city walls, towering gates, small bridges, and horseshoes echoing in the narrow, deep alleys. Choose a restaurant in the square, sit in the open air, basking in the sun, and be a gentle drunkard.
Bruges, Belgium is an ancient city surrounded by waterways. Many people have seen a movie "The Killer Has No Holidays" to show the beauty of Bruges. You can take a walk in the city, or choose to take a horse-drawn carriage around the city. The Little Church of the Holy Blood, the City Hall, the Church of Our Lady with the statue of Michelangelo, and the Beguinage Abbey are all worth visiting. The clock tower built in the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries on the market square, there are many scenes in the movie. Shoot here. There are 47 clocks upstairs, playing a piece of music every fifteen minutes, one hour and four different. In addition, there were special people playing in the room above the three hundred steps, and the names of all the players from 1533 to the present were recorded on the board.
Stay until the night, the tourists gradually dispersed, the quietness of the ancient city is more people to nostalgia.
If you want to know the beauty of Bruges most directly, you must not miss a movie----"killer has no holidays". This is a film that was filmed in Bruges. In the 30 minutes of the basics, the director is telling you a story about how beautiful Bruges is.
The film's director, Martin, was deeply attracted to the city when he was traveling in Bruges. He felt that the city's well-preserved medieval style and Gothic architecture were so different. That is, during his travels, Martin sketched two roles in his mind: one is Ken, obsessed with culture, and the other is Ray, which has become a prototype of the film. During the medieval period, the city of Flanders generally built a clock tower. It was not a church, nor a city hall, but a symbol of freedom and prosperity. The bell tower of Bruges has three floors, built in the 14th and 15th centuries, and the original triangular spire was burned in a fire. It is also the location of the famous movie "The Killer Without Holidays". Eventually, Kens tragic jump from the bell tower was at the top of the clock tower.