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My third visit to Bruges since my accident, with public transport very carefully with one hand.
Maybe yet one week with one hand, end of the week back to the hospital remove all metal pins, and wait for future


From Groenerei to Vismarkt. The name, since the 14th century derived from the present stonemasons in the area, also refers to the current Groene rei until around 1825. Traditionally important economic-commercial location due to the proximity of the craft house of the tailors (current number 3), of the meat carvers on the corner with Vismarkt and stonemasons. Currently mainly occupancy and one hotel; also, part of the main tourist circuit, among other things due to the view of the classicist rear of house "De Caese" and the 15th-century rears of the Burgerlijk Grifie, 't Brugse Vrije and the Stadhuis, located on Burg. Short, straight, cobblestone street, only built on the south side and taken on the north side by Reie, some trees and benches. Varied development of frame and step gables, with a core rising to the 17th century.

I hope you like it.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Shooting Date/Time
26/10/2019 12:07:34
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Manual Exposure
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ISO Speed 100
EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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