Photographer: Jez Cunningham
Equipment and film: - OM4; - Velvia 100; - Cosina 19-35mm
Taken in Belgium at Bruges.
This is probably the most snapped picture of Bruges. It's taken from the Rozenhoedkaai (near the fish-market).
To the right is "The Belfry Tower", built in 1300 but with the octagonal part added later in 1486.
It's 88m high and there are 366 steps to the top. Before you ask, no I didn't! It's carillon of 47 bells is played frequently.
To the extreme left is the Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk (Church of Our Lady / Notre Dame).
This Church was built during the 13th-15th century, and is 122m high.
It is most well known for containing Michelangelo's "Madonna and Child" statue.
Jez Cunningham, all rights reserved.
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