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Victor Tribunsky
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Blogger, traveler, writer, and photographer.
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Yes, November means dampness and fog here, but still, we are in a phenomenal city. Just in order to keep you warm let’s go into a café where I will propose that you try the amazing, perfectly cooked Belgian waffles. https://victortravelblog.com/2013/11/26/brugge-capital-of-chocoholics/
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The central tower of Miranda Castle, Belgium. The castle was demolished in 2017. https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/23/farewell-miranda-castle/
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You may think this is a church. No. This is the Palace of Justice of Dinant, Belgium. Read more https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/02/ideal-vacation-in-europe-dinant-belgium/
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Dinant, Belgium, has chosen such an unlucky location that, for its whole life, it has been forced to pay a high price for that choice. It seated itself between the two most aggressive countries of Europe: France and Germany. Their armies were so “polite” that they regularly paid visits to each other and constantly moved forth and back through Dinant.

Nevertheless, the tiny town survived and is trying to be a resort town with its own river promenade. https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/02/ideal-vacation-in-europe-dinant-belgium/
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Belgium is a country that is known for its magnificent castles. But most of all, Irina, my wife, wanted to see one of them in particular: Château Miranda, the abandoned and dying Château de Noisy.
https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/23/farewell-miranda-castle/
However, everything should be done in its own good time, ladies and gentlemen, otherwise your dream might not come true.
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Probably, you think it's a medieval castle. No. This is a prison in Dinant, Belgium.
https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/02/ideal-vacation-in-europe-dinant-belgium/
Our apartment was located in front of a prison (which looks rather like a small castle), and I have a strong feeling that it was the calmest place in the city, even in the evenings.
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City Government Office with a monument to a saxophone, Dinant, Wallonia, Belgium.
https://victortravelblog.com/2018/10/02/ideal-vacation-in-europe-dinant-belgium/

The city of Dinant. This historical artefact is the most unusual in our exposition. Why? Because it has no outstanding attractions. It has no medieval streets. It has no sea. What it has is a modest, but brutal church, a citadel, and an abbey where monks have brewed the famous Leffe already 800 years. And yes, Antoine-Joseph Sax, the inventor of the saxophone, was born there.
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The Keukenhof Tulip Gardens, Holland, the Netherlands.
https://victortravelblog.com/2018/05/22/keukenhof-garden-tulip-country/

If I ask you to name a country which you think is the motherland of tulips, most likely, you will say: the Netherlands. This European country has actively maintained this association for many hundreds of years already. However, the first tulips were bred not in the Netherlands, but in Central Asia (today, it is Turkey and neighboring countries). The first large consignment of tulips was delivered to Amsterdam, the capital of the Dutch Republic, in 1562, and this modest flower’s conquest of the world began.
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The Keukenhof Tulip Gardens, Holland, the Netherlands.
https://victortravelblog.com/2018/05/22/keukenhof-garden-tulip-country/
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