"19th. Century Architecture with a twist" Top 5 Page for this destination Ancient Brugge Tip by scottishvisitor

Ancient Brugge, Brugge: 53 reviews and 108 photos

The Provincial Court Building does not date back too much in time it was renovated in the neo gothic style during the second half of the nineteenth century after the destruction of the Water Halls in 1787. Part of the building is now the house of the Governor of the Province of West Flanders. The Provincial court is a stunning light grey building which seemed to sparkle in the sunshine. Take your time to view, it has so many features and surprises, I particularly liked the windows inserted into the roof, the church like spire and the golden statue reaching for the sky.

Address: Grote Markt
Directions: The centre of tourism in Brugge - can't be missed just follow the crowds
Website: http://www.trabel.com

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  • Updated Apr 24, 2007
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