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Biketrip to this Castle 22 km of my home.

Molenbrug English Mill Bridge

From Burg to Langestraat. Naming, since 1305, refers to the height of the Casselberg leading to the Molenbrug where originally a mill stood at the Vuldersreitje.
One of Bruges' oldest and most important traffic routes, probably part of the Roman road route Oudenburg-Aardenburg. Traditionally important street with residential residential function east of administrative and religious center (see Burg).
Large buildings with gardens reaching to the Groenerei with, among other things, gazebos, garden pavilions or backhouses on the banks of the rei. Smaller parcels between Mee- and Peerdenstraat result of allotment between 1170 and 1183 with the objective to use the area as a residential area. Important residential area with citizen houses continued in the 19th century, see mansions with plastered and painted frame facades. Various functions such as catering, residential and trade functions, the latter used in the 19th century, lead to successive renovations from the ground floor to shop front.

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