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'''Bruges''' ([[Dutch language|Dutch]]: ''Brugge'') is a historic city of [[Flanders]], in western [[Belgium]]. In medieval and early-modern times it was noted as a centre of the cloth industry; today, its gothic architecture and quiet canals make it a prominent tourist destination.
 
'''Bruges''' ([[Dutch language|Dutch]]: ''Brugge'') is a historic city of [[Flanders]], in western [[Belgium]]. In medieval and early-modern times it was noted as a centre of the cloth industry; today, its gothic architecture and quiet canals make it a prominent tourist destination.
  
 
[[Category:Belgian Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:Belgian Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:Flemish History]]
 
[[Category:Flemish History]]

Latest revision as of 06:59, 21 April 2017

Brugge

Bruges (Dutch: Brugge) is a historic city of Flanders, in western Belgium. In medieval and early-modern times it was noted as a centre of the cloth industry; today, its gothic architecture and quiet canals make it a prominent tourist destination.