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Two weeks ago I was in Ghent the weather was not excellent but I saw this image.
I found this nice with the old building to the right side, this is the facade of the old courthouse.
Also the boat on the river was certainly worth it.
Originally had the Upper two arms; next Muinkschelde ("Schelde Monks"), there was also the Oude Schelde, from Ter Platen about Lange Violettastraat. From its confluence with the Kuiperskaai they formed the Nederschelde or Reep. This was from 1960 to 2015 partially muted, the area under the Franois Laurent Square was vaulted. The Lys also had several branches, namely the Old Houtlei (dug in the 12th century as a defensive moat, filled in 1898-99) and Ottogracht (muted in 1872-73). Between Muinkschelde and Lys was in the 11th century the Ketelvest dug, as the then southern rampart of the city.

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