Belgium Rozenhoedkaai

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Mathew Browne

About this spot
The Rozenhoedkaai is the most iconic photographic view of Bruges, plain and simple. Believed originally to have been a mooring station for 13th century salt traders, it used to be called the “Zoutendijk” (salt dunes) until the 18th century when it was renamed the Rozenhoedkai for the Rozenkransen (rosaries) sold there instead.

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