Brugge (Belgium)

Brugge (Belgium)

Bruges [1] (Dutch: Brugge, French: Bruges, German: Brugge) is the capital of Belgium’s West Flanders. It is a tourist attraction famous for its medieval architecture (preserved undisturbed because it was not damaged in World War II), different chocolates, laceworks (also known as nuns), channels and Belgian beers (varied in color, taste and presentation) it is the city.

Brugge, the commercial center of Europe in the 11th century, cuts its connection to the sea outside of a few channels due to seller and geographical changes. Although today the city center is not located on the North Sea coast, it is still known as a port city due to its proximity to the sea. Today, the channels in the city are being used for transportation purposes and tourist attractions are organized.

It is one of the important medieval cities of Europe that has arrived so far. It is interesting that the city has never been out of the medieval dimensions. XII. The city is a real lovers with gleaming channels and flower markets circulating among the centuries-old man. Visiting out of season leaves a distinct taste as it is a tourist concentration in the summer months.

The total population of the Bruges capital is 117,351.