About this spot
Originally a monastery garden from 1221 before being rebuilt in 1851 as a public park. Heavily influenced by the 18th century English garden styling, renowned Belgian landscaper Egidio Roseels shaped this space lovingly into one of Bruges’ most treasured green spaces. Renamed in 1935 after the sudden death of beloved Queen Astrid; her bust sits in a quiet corner overlooking the local life that hangs out here daily.
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