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Bruges' City Hall (1376) is one of the oldest in the Low Countries. It is from here that the city has been governed for more than 600 years. An absolute masterpiece is the Gothic Hall, with its late 19th-century murals and polychrome vault. The...more
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This was a nice place to spend 20-30 minutes away from the square. The 6€ fare is reasonable. The hall itself is impressive, there are written guides that explain its creation, and a side hall that gives a brief potted history of the development of...More
You can visit the city hall of Bruges and see the wonderfull neo-gothic great hall. On the walls you will see lots of stories which will guide you through the history of Bruges. We did like the audioguide too!
Bruges City Hall was built in 1376. Bruges governed from here for more than 600 years. The Gothic Hall is a masterpiece. The City Hall or Stadhuis is located in Burg Square. It has murals and a colorful vaulted ceiling. Beautiful!!!! Don't Miss This!!!
This beautiful building is ideal to get a quick grasp on the history of Flanders/Brugge. While it is not a big site, it offers a fantastic glance at the history of the Flemish region.
Make sure you take your time on the audio guide.
The city hall where you can explore the upstairs hall, take a guide and read the history contained all around the room. A beautiful setting which is in daily use; we actually sat down there and watched a registry wedding take place which was itself...More
I felt this was very reasonable. Some.museums ate very expensive and.tou see nothing. I was blown away by this one. Not very well advertised but it certainly was beautiful. Art on the walls were stunning.and it is an active building which is great to hear....More