Berlare is a municipality located in the Belgian province of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Berlare proper, Overmere and Uitbergen, as well as the village Donk.
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Nature reserve with a walking/biking path all around the natural lake/pond. There are several bird watching spots too, with explanation table( albeit only in Dutch). There is a wooden house where one can get information about the wildlife in the surroundings. brilliant with children!
4 based on 53 reviews
This hidden place is one of the few remaining places that wasn't destroyed in Dendermonde by the German troups during WW1 because apparantly their horses were stalled here, is worth visiting, even though it needs further restauration. It is a quiet, open space with all the houses around the central grass area. There is a small local museum, and if you are lucky or take a guided tour, you also can enter the house of the "grootjuffrouw". Beware of your head on the stairway!
FYI Zwijvekemuseum is located elsewhere.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Samen met een bevriend Belgisch koor mochten we hier een concert geven. Dezze accommodatie is geweldig, de akoestiek is uitstekend en de horecafaciliteiten zijn ook OK.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
The Belfry (Belfort) is open to the public. However at the moment, only guided visits are organised. Contact the Tourist Information Office for bookings. Price: 60 EUR per guide (maximum 20 persons per guide) The guided visit takes about 2 hours and includes a climb to the top of the Belfry tower (136 steps), offering spectacular views on the city!
The belfry and alderman´s house are not open to the public, but are well worth to see from the outside. The belfry is smaller than in many other cities. On the square there is also borse van Amsterdam, now a restaurant, a very nice old building with a Colonnade. A bit further on the square is the currently used town hall, and the inner courtyard is a well worth a quick visit. It houses the statue of Odineke, a character from one of Boon´s novel. On the square is also the statue of Dirk Martens, the first printer in the Southern Netherlands.
4 based on 17 reviews
First time in an Escape room. I loved the concept and I was pleased to find out that an escape room was build nearby the city of Dendermonde. My expectations were high but no disappointments at all, although I can't compare with other escape rooms. I'm looking forward to try room n°2 and hope they are able to open a third room.
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Massage for people living with cancer,serving as an enriching and enhancing value for your body and mind.This is a pillar of support rather than a treatment. intense touch fills the deepest of the emotional wellbeing. Do you feel a need for:hitting your “pause button”,relieving pain,stress and anxiety, inner peace and quiet, warm touch with attention and care, an open freeing conversation.
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Huur een waterfiets, roeiboot of motorboot en ontdek het Donkmeer van op het water.
Reeds verschillende keren met de kinderen gaan varen op het donkmeer. Een (afhankelijk van de gehuurde tijd) uurtje rustig ontspannen terwijl de kinderen zich amuseren met de boot.
Bij goed weer altijd een aanrader.
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Temporarily Closed - The church will be closed from July 1st to December 31st 2017 for restoration works. But you can take a peek inside through a peekhole at the main entrance to follow up on the works!
The Saint Martin’s Church is a “Roman-Catholic” church, located in the Belgium city of Aalst, in the province of “Oost-Vlaanderen”, she was until the building of the “Saint Joseph Church” the one and only parochial church in Aalst. The church is erected in the Brabant’s Gothic, and contains allot of pieces of great art and artists, among them a painting of Rubens.
More than need to make a stop over to visit this church and certainly the inside, I have done 4 years high school in this town, and now after 40 years we have visited for the first time this church, unbelievable what you see on the inside.
This church is at only a few steps away from the “Belfry”, the “Jesuit Church” and the Municipal Hall.
On this moment the church is under renovation, but can be visited without any problem.
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