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Ezelpoort (Donkey's gate), Bruges

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  • This is at the end of a lovely walk along the old ramparts past the windmills. Yes this is in Belgium , good walk and a lot of people running along side the canal on a sunny morning  more »
  • Originally made with admirable build it themselves, castle-like gate, is is the 1200's, but a major refurbishment in the 17th century. Seem so much older and is maintained not as clean, the very photogenic.
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  • A beautiful city gate on the outskirts of the city. We had from our hotel here by to towards the city and went through this port. It allows further for not a whole lot, but it is nice to see. It is one of the seven city gates in Bruges.
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  • Fantastic spot to watch the birds at the feeders. Came across this place while walking the outer edge of the city.
  • Nice 15th century gate over a canal.
  • Very very nice place to take some pictures.
  • Nice place over the water and a view on the swans.
  • This gate was built in 1297 and finally enabled at the beginning of the 20TH century. (Door of the ass)
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