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25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Belgium

Flemish Region

Antwerp

Flemish Region

Around the Medieval Market Squares

Belgium is all about the medieval architecture! Though it’s one of the smallest countries in Europe, you would be surprised how many architecturally rich cities, towns and villages here are to discover. We are actively trying to do that for more than 6 months, and we still have a list of places to visit.

While wandering around the country, we noticed that there are two unique and charming features that can be seen in almost every Belgian town. First one is Belgium’s Grote Markt squares. They are magical! Secondly, it’s the guild houses standing in them. Though each of them usually looks totally different, they all form one unite background for the main city squares.

We love exploring this magical and medieval land!

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