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Hi Te friends, I want all TE friends thanks for the continue visiting to my pictures, during the almost 7 year active on TE (December), this is my 1000th picture.
I've chose Ghent a very beautiful old city.
Since one month can I take a pictures low against the water through the new gangway behind the New Fish market, not real a fish market, this building was formerly a fish market, but the name remain.
The interior is restored to a ballroom, also a refreshment room in combination with dance.
The picture shows the old "Vleeshuis" out of the 15th century, in foreground the river the 'Leie' a natural river.

This promotion center is housed in a 15th century building in the center of Ghent.
The building was formerly used as uncovered meat market. Only to see the Great Butcher all worthwhile.
The wooden beams hang countless hams are among the tables to sit and enjoy all the goodies as Ontario produce. There are regular special exhibitions and activities. There are special arrangements for groups. Composite lunches to receptions and day packages.
The website of the Great Butcher read more about the possibilities.
The Great Butcher is located in the historic center of Ghent between the Corn Market and Counts.

I wish every visitor a pleasant moment and enjoy of these picture.

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