Brugge: Crazy About Red Roofs

Do you remember our last visit of Brugge in the season of rains? It won't be raining today. We will just enjoy the city from above - cause it's the best way to know the city.
The highest peak of Brugge is 83 m watch tower Belford, to which lead 366 steps of the crooked stone staircase. To overcome them is a must for each tourist. And it is worth that - in the end a precious present waits for them. The city opens up as if on a palm.
It's also possible to evaluate its beauty from the fiewing point of the old brewery De Halve Maan.
Red tiled roofs with miniature houses of Karlson; gothic fretted towers; narrow streets with numerous canals, bright recessive fronts of medieval houses decorated with animals statues; flapping windmills, tiny green islands - all that is a fairy-tale Brugge.

Merchant houses in Grote Markt

Market place

Cathedral of our Lady

Cathedral of St. Salvator and Cathedral of our Lady

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