About this spot
This Belfort Tower has a long history. It was originally built around 1280 as an addition to the main Markt as a lookout tower, communal clock, and was even the original city archive. Fires and rebuilding have dramatically changed the look of the tower over the ages (it’s current “crown” design is since 1822) but it has always been an iconic part of Bruges (see the final scene of the film “In Bruges” if you don’t believe me!).
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