Vlaeykensgang is a small network of narrow streets and alleys in the oldest part of the city. Dating back to the sixteenth ... More
Vlaeykensgang is a small network of narrow streets and alleys in the oldest part of the city. Dating back to the sixteenth century, the buildings and alleys evoke a medieval but warm atmosphere where you can enjoy a pleasant walk. If it's around lunchtime, stop for a meal in one of the little restaurants or try the exclusive Sir Anthony Van Dyck restaurant, and if you're lucky you can enjoy the carillon concerts from your table.
Adjacent to the Saint Elisabeth Hospital and behind the Mayer van den Berg Museum you'll find Antwerp's famous Plantentuin, a
small and historical botanical garden in the heart of the city. In 1825, the vegetables in the hospital garden ...
The oldest traces of settlements in Antwerp date back to circa 600, and Het Steen (the stone) is in fact
the oldest building in Antwerp and is part of a much larger structure built around the twelfth century, as ...
The Béguines were women who dedicated their lives to God without retiring from the world. In the 13th century they
founded the béguinages, enclosed communities designed to meet their spiritual and material needs. The Flemish béguinages are architectural ensembles ...
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