Nothing seems to have changed in Bruges since the Medieval Age.
The town looks for all the world as though it has been plucked from a medieval fairy tale with cobblestoned lanes, canals, and pretty centuries-old buildings.
Bruges's most popular landmark is Market Place where a 13th-century belfry is located. Named Béguinage, the 22-meter-high bell tower houses a carillon comprising 48 bells
Apart from the religious wars in the 16th century and the French Revolution, Bruges refrained from the devastations associated with other conflicts in this part of Europe.
Walstraat - a picturesque road in the old town of Bruges.
Bruges - Where the Time Stands Still