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A visit with my bike but 2012, this picture comes out of my archive

Damme is a town and city in the Belgian province of West Flanders.

Damme City Hall, in the Belgian province of West Flanders, is an example of Brabant Gothic.
When Damme was still a port and the Zwin had not yet been destroyed, the ground floor of the town hall served as a warehouse for goods. Administration, administration and administration took place on the upper floor. The Council Hall and the Vierscate are decorated with sculpted ball keys in 1465 made by Wouter van Inghen from Sluis. An arched double staircase with lions and the four corner turrets adorn the faade. In the tower a carillon of 39 bells was installed, of which two from the 14th century. Striking are also the city clock from 1459 and a sundial.

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09/06/2008 10:54:33
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