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Gravesteen
Photo By Thienthu Vu

  • Title: Gravesteen
  • State/Province/Region: Indiana
  • Country: Belgium
  • Nearest Area: Belgium
  • Nearest Town: ghent
  • Brief Directions: Ghent , Namur , Belgium,
  • Notes: Castle of the counts The GRAVENSTEEN is the Dutch name for the 'castle of the count'. The counts of Flanders had castles built in the principal cities of the county. Because they had to maintain law and order, they continuously had to move from one city to the other. Therefore, they disposed of a castle in most cities where they wanted to stay for a few months. The castle of Ghent is the only one which survived the centuries more or less intact.
  • GPS Longitude: 4
  • GPS Latitude: 50
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: look thru the small window frame at Gravesteen Castle
  • Gear: Canon EOS kiss X2
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Keywords:  Historic Locations
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