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Halletoren or Belfry Bruges

This photo was taken Saturday afternoon, the clock shows 13H17.
Bruges was very quiet but due to the 13 ° Centigrade were found people on the terraces, this on 1 February 2020, incredible.
I am old almost 80 year, maybe two or three time in past.

Belfort (Belfry & Carillon)

The most striking tower in Bruges dates back to the 13th century, is 83 meters high and is protected as a world heritage site. Anyone who climbs all 366 steps will be rewarded with a stunning view over the city and its surroundings. On your way up, you can stop off at the treasury, which held the city’s charters, seals and coffers during the Middle Ages. A few steps further on you will see the impressive music drum that operates the carillon and the keyboard used by the city carilloneur to play the tower’s 47 carillon bells.

I hope you like it

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
File Size 28,0MB
Shooting Date/Time
1/02/2020 13:09:39
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Manual Exposure
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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