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The Brugse Vrije was a castellany in the county of Flanders, often called in English 'the Franc of Bruges'. It included the area around Bruges, and was bordered by the North Sea, the Westerschelde and the Yser river. The city of Bruges was separated from the castellany in 1127. Since then the city and the Vrije were considered as separate customary law areas. The Brugse Vrije was a rich agricultural region. It had its own burgrave, who was seated at the Burg, a square in Bruges, and became part of the Four Members of Flanders at the end of the 14th century, together with the three major cities of Ghent, Brugge and Ypres. The Brugse Vrije sat in the meetings of the States of Flanders.
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Aangename tentoonstellingsruimte. Jammer dat de WC's niet vrij toegankelijk zijn.
Antiguo palacio de la justicia y centro administrativo medieval. Tiene una impresionante chimenea del sXVI en mármol negro y alabastro en su interior.
Administratief gebouw van stad Brugge
Very goede, zeer mooi!
Para amantes de história, locais históricos preservados
Città suggestiva, da visitare.
I love the baroque facade of this building.
Housed the registry office, court. Also called Oude Civiele Griffie or 公文書館.
It was very beauty place! Stunning atmosphere
Très belle demeure gothique construite en 1376 et étant la plus vieille de Flandre.