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Werregarnstraat in the centre of Ghent, Belgium. 
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Werregarnstraat in the centre of Ghent, Belgium.

"Once used to drain water away from this high ground, today it has a different purpose and nickname: Graffitistraat. Walk down the lane, enjoying the artwork provided by the people of Ghent. This is a typically pragmatic Belgian solution to a social problem: Rather than outlawing graffiti entirely, the police have designated this one street to give would-be artists a legal, controlled outlet for their impulses." (Rick Steves & Gene Openshaw: Rick Steves' Snapshot Bruges and Brussels, Berkeley 2011).
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Graffitistraat, GhentGraffitistraat, Ghent
Rozenhoedkaai (Rosary Wharf) is the most picturesque spot in Bruges, Belgium. 
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Rozenhoedkaai (Rosary Wharf) is the most picturesque spot in Bruges, Belgium.
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The Markt: the main town square of Bruges, Belgium, with the famous medieval belfry. 
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The Markt: the main town square of Bruges, Belgium, with the famous medieval belfry.
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"Oh, Boy!": a part of the Kamarama art project behind the church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium. 
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"Oh, Boy!": a part of the Kamarama art project behind the church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium.

"Yves Obyn created this very special art work for Kamarama. It represents a crashed Beechcraft Bonanza. A fanatic built his own airplane but because of the poor construction, it quickly crashed. The spectator is a disaster tourist, causing a congestion in the heart of Bruges due to the curiosity factor..." (Text from the nearby info plaque).
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"Oh, Boy!"
Up the fanous bell tower in Bruges, Belgium. 
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Up the fanous bell tower in Bruges, Belgium.

"The belfry of Bruges, or Belfort, is a medieval bell tower in the historical centre of Bruges, Belgium. One of the city's most prominent symbols, the belfry formerly housed a treasury and the municipal archives, and served as an observation post for spotting fires and other danger. A narrow, steep staircase of 366 steps, accessible by the public for an entry fee, leads to the top of the 83-metre-high building, which leans about a metre to the east." (Text from Wikipedia).
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Inside the Bruges belfryAn industrial part of the view from the Bruges belfry
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