Gravensteen Castle, also known as the Earl Castle, is located in the heart of Ghent. This solid grey fortress was built by Philip of Alsace of Alsace, Count of Flanders, in 1180. There is a secret basement, a museum and a museum of historical weapons in the castle.
The door was opened very early and there were not many people, but when we were going out, the doors were full of people. Fortunately, it was the real castle in the past. There were cold weapons and torture implements in it. When we went there, one room caught up with making movies. Everyone wore ancient clothes. The people who made movies said sorry to us. Here we only made movies with A. The children thought it was fun to see those. People wear ancient clothes and make-up or something. Mother-in-law took pictures secretly and was stopped. When I came back to the hotel, I saw her picture as real as it is. Ghent is a relatively old city, but it rained on the day it went, but it has a different flavor.
The old castle, really has the feeling of fairy tales, princes and princesses seem to come from it.
The Earl's Castle is in the centre of the city of Ghent. It's all stone. It's magnificent!
The castle is very old, pure stone building, student certificate discount visit.
The whole city of Ghent is like a big spider's web, full of streetcar wires.
The castle is very old. Stone buildings are especially powerful!