7 / 10

4 expert reviews

“The towering spire of the plain Gothic Church of Our Lady, begun about 1220, rivals the Belfry as Bruges's symbol. At 381 feet high, it is the tallest brick construction in the world, but...”

– Fodor's

Lonely Planet
"This, the 18th-century St-Janshuismolen, standing in its original location is one, the nearby Koeleweimolen is another. The sails are occasionally set in motion, and each houses a tiny museum." Full review
"Used as a marketplace since AD 958, this square is still one of the liveliest places in Bruges. In the center stands a memorial to the city's medieval heroes, Jan Breydel and Pieter De..." Full review
"The outer ramparts of the medieval city of Bruges used to be dotted with windmills; now four remain along the ring road. Of these, two can be visited and are still used to grind flour:..." Full review

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