Bruges Cathedral Bruges, Belgium
This fine 12th-century church only became a cathedral in 1834. The tower was accordingly raised, in a sensitive Romanesque style, to surpass the nearby Church of Our Lady.
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- 51.205566° N, 3.221548° E
Bruges Day 1Posted November 26, 2007 by Holly Hayes Part of: The Great European Road Trip
Today was mostly cold and rainy and we were really tired, but we still had a nice time exploring Bruges. The architecture is very Dutch-looking and much of it is made of brick, which makes an interesting change from the stone buildings of southern England. There are little alleyways and many canals running through the…