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Palace of the Liberty of Bruges, Bruges, Belgium
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Burg 11
Bruges, Belgium
51° 12' 30.2'' N,
3° 13' 39.37'' E

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"See the fireplace, crowned by a carved oak chimney featuring the Emperor."

Used to be a courthouse and now it's part of the city council's administration buildings. The Palace of the Liberty of Bruges stands out because of its white and gold coloration in a Gothic surrounding.

If you go inside make sure you see the fireplace with its black marble surface and alabaster frieze decoration. It is crowned by a carved oak chimney featuring Emperor Charles V and his family, who visited Bruges in 1515.


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