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Travel Pictures - BELGIUM - 1999

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One of Europe's most beautiful squares -
Grand Palace; Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's tallest cathedral, was started in 1351 but never completed;
however, the one lone tower was completed in 1521 -
Cathedral of Our Lady; Antwerp, Belgium
The tallest cathedral in Belgium rises an amazing 403 feet -
Cathedral of Our Lady; Antwerp, Belgium
Bruges is an amazing city with post card scenes around every corner -
Bruges, Belgium
Rooftops and religious skyscrapers; the Church of Our Lady tower
as viewed from the Belfry of Bruges -
Bruges, Belgium
A delightful city for long strolls -
Bruges, Belgium
Bruges (along with several other cities in northern Europe)
is often referred to as the "Venice of the North" -
Bruges, Belgium
The Belfry of Bruges, 272 feet tall, was constructed in 1240 although
the upper octagonal tower was added in 1487 -
Bruges, Belgium
The majestic Church of Our Lady towers above the Venice of the North -
Bruges, Belgium
Another photo of the many canals and the Church of Our Lady -
Bruges, Belgium

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