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The Black Tower (Dutch: Zwarte Toren, French: Tour Noire) is a medieval tower in Brussels, Belgium. It's one of the best conserved remains of the first fortifications of Brussels, built at the start of the 13th century. It is located behind the Sainte-Catherine Church in the Rue de la Vierge Noire (Zwarte Maagd Straat in Dutch). The Black Tower is notable for being one single medieval tower surrounded by modern-day buildings. This odd sight has made it a popular tourist destination.
Très belle trace de l histoire bruxelloise
What a photography!
What a beautiful square!
Nice piece of history with modern buildings surrounding it.
It'd be a great place to stay for reckless and irresponsible tourists if it weren't for Oskars Mitckevičš living in there littering the place with millions of syringes. Me and my buddy almost got HIV. Also, if you want to get in, just trust yourself and the power of friendship, otherwise you're doomed to fail and never get in the tower. The climb may be hard, but it is better than staying in the royal park, where you'll get robbed by the 3rd night and freeze to death.