Church of Our Lady, Bruges
The Church of Our Lady in Bruges, Belgium, dates mainly from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries.
Koningstraat bridge view from Poortersloge, Bruges.
Quaint, early-20th-century pedestrian bridge.
The Sint-Janshuis Mill, built in 1770 and still occupying its original site, is the only mill still grinding flour.
Carmersstraat bridge from Potterierei
Bonne Chieremolen, built in 1844. In 1903 the Bonne-Chièremolen was overthrown by a violent storm and a part of the mill ended up in the canal.
The Burghers' Lodge
The Poortersloge (Burgher's Lodge) was the meeting place for the richer and more important members of the Bruges society.
View from Rozenhoedkaai, Bruges.
Potterierei foot bridge, Bruges
View of Snaggaardstraat from the Hotel De'Medici
Carmersstraat bridge at dawn
View of Kasteel Minnewater from Minnewaterbrug
Dawn in Bruges
View of Begijnhof bridge from Sashuis
Belfry of Bruges
View of Belfort van Brugge from Rozenhoedkaai