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Photos from Gent and Brugge, Flanders
During my visit to the Tour of Flanders, I managed to do some very brief sight-seeing around Gent. Our busy schedule made it impossible to spend any length of time exploring Gent but I managed to get out before breakfast one day and take a few photographs, some of which appear on this page. Also on this page are a couple of photos taken in Brugge which we visited very briefly due to the race starting from the Town Square.

Gent is the fourth largest city of Belgium with approximately 250,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the Belgian province of East-Flanders.

A selection of photos from Gent and Brugge appear below. Click on the appropriate thumbnail to view the full-sized picture.

A selection of photos from the race appear below. Click on the appropriate thumbnail to view the full-sized picture.

See Also:
The Tour of Flanders Home Page
History of The Tour of Flanders
The Tour of Flanders 2002 Description


Gent
Gent
Picture of the square adjacent to the Cloth Hall and Belfry Tower
Belfry Tower
Cafés
Cafés
Gent Post Office
Gent Post Office
The Gravensteen
The Gravensteen
Leie River
Leie River
Leie River
Leie River
Saint Nicholas church
Saint Nicholas church
  Brugge
Brugge
Brugge
Brugge
 

Some photos taken on Saturday from the Tour of Flanders race route.


The Kwaremont
The Kwaremont
The Koppenberg
The Koppenberg
The Paterberg
The Paterberg
The Bosberg
The Bosberg

 
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This page first created by Craig Porter: 25/04/2002.