Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Impressions of Bruges #3


Perhaps Bruges makes you think of the stair-stepped gables on many of the old buildings, typical of Flemish and Dutch architecture (and Scottish too, for that matter).

Those below form one side of the Markt square and provide tourists with a choice of café terraces from which to enjoy a coffee (or beer) and observe the comings and goings in this busy open space.


4 comments:

  1. Enjoying your series on Bruges - a city I visited long ago, always meaning to return - but so far haven't. I keep getting stuck in Ypres! Love the architecture, history, relaxed pace. Great shots, Jenny.

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  2. A place I know very well ! I often take guests from abroad there !

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  3. Great shots of these unique (to me) buildings, Jenny!

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  4. There is something about those roof lines that charms me. Very nice, jennyfreckles.

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