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Ghent is located in Belgium and is an architectural masterpiece full of castles, cathedrals, churches, and old merchant houses. Its like walking through a historical painting . There Its a medieval castle in The middle of the city with superb views from t

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Ghent, Belgium (by Lucien Vatynan) -- wonderful weekend getaway for families from Brussels or Paris or Southern Germany.

Discover the best Ghent (Belgium) has to offer in 7 easy steps                                                                                                                                                     More

Discover the best of Ghent in 7 steps. Citybreak in Belgium? Visit the highlights and hidden gems of Ghent

The Gravensteen Castle in Ghent, Belgium, standing tall since the Middle Ages. The castle was used a fair bit as a film location, the latest being the 2015 movie "Emperor", starring Adrien Brody.

The Gravensteen Castle, Ghent, Belgium, standing tall since the Middle Ages. The castle was used as a film location in the 2015 movie "Emperor", starring Adrien Brody

Gravensteen Castle, Gent Belgium (by twiga_swala, via Flickr)

The Gravensteen or Castle of the Count is one of the major tourist attractions in Ghent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium. The castle gets its name from the fact that it was the residence of the Counts of Flanders until the century. by twiga_swala

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