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Vorselaar Castle, Belgium also known as Borrekens Castle, was built around 1270 by a member of the Van Rotselaar family.

Vorselaar Castle, Belgium also known as Borrekens Castle, was built around 1270 by a member of the Van Rotselaar family.

The Pink Castle of Poeke ~ Flanders, Belgium

Fairytale castle.

The Pink Castle of Poeke. Darned, I have some dust on my sensor which I hadn't noticed before posting this picture.

Arcs des Triomphe in Cinquantenaire Park, Brussels, Belgium. Built to celebrate Belgium's full independence.

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Montagne de Bueren in Liege, Belgium ~ the famous staircase (374 steps) with a great view of the city when you reach the top

Lüttich - Montagne de Bueren

die berühmte, sehr steile *Treppenstrasse* von Lüttich, das bekannt ist als belgische graue Kohle- und Stahl-Stadt --- 374 Stufen führen vom historischen Kern 60 m hinauf zur mittelalterlichen Zitadelle

Advanced streetart, Brussels, Belgium, street art pioneer

Advanced streetart, Brussels, Belgium, street art pioneer

Dinant, Belgium This is a beautiful city. Absolutely love it! I want to go back!

Dinant

For a wonderful, relaxing weekend try Dinant. It has great architecture, great views from the fortress on top of the mountain and great food. Sit a cafe and watch the world go by in one of Belgium's most beautiful cities.

Surrounded by the Novotel, this is one of the few remaining parts of Brussels' city walls

Tour Noire

Surrounded by the Novotel, this is one of the few remaining parts of Brussels' city walls

World War I began 100 years ago in the Flanders region of Belgium — where the past century has stood still. We take you on a tour of the history of the area.

Battlefields and Beyond: Exploring the Region Where World War I Began

Another war was ignited 100 years ago, though it would be years before it came to be known as World War I. At the time it was the World War, the Great War...