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Texture, Kortrijk
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  • Following the woonbeurs of Kortrijk we came here. A nice uncluttered expo showed the past of this factory.
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  • This museum is horrible good!! construction, layout and explanation are very good. Also the possible by-products come to light. Well HOW the life course of the flax is shown. Many will not know this!!
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  • Sound kitchen, nice control beautiful environment occasionally events ... work with local products
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  • Very worthwhile museum about the rich heritage of South West Flanders and its linen and flax history.
  • Excellent museum about a little topic "flax" but which is rich in discovery. The ground floor is designed for children (after 6 years). The first floor focuses on the socio-economy of the flax on the Leie. The top floor shows examples of typical Courtrai linen weaving. We love. Excellent starting point for then a ride to the city center.
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  • Museum interesting but lacks the interactive activities for the public jeunе.
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  • Already a few times tasted the atmosphere and more in the bar/restaurant and on the terrace. The museum itself have not visited but that sure sometimes.
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  • Contemporary, interactive museum
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