Bike Touring Highlight
Under the reign of Albert of Austria and Isabella of Spain, the city flourished and, around 1609, a square square was created to concentrate commercial activities there. On this square you will find a number of monumental buildings, partly in the Renaissance style. The square also offers a view of the St. Walburga Church and St. Nicholas Church, which are slightly further away.Until the end of the 16th century, the old Vleeshuis and Oude Landshuis could be found on the north side. On the east side stood the Old Town Hall, of which the so-called Spanish Pavilion is a remnant. Important Renaissance buildings are the Town Hall of Veurne, the Landshuis with Belfort of Veurne, and the Vleeshalle.
August 18, 2020
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