Short trip to the Belgium city of Antwerp

Antwerp is a port city in the Flanders region of Belgium and the capital of the province of Antwerp.
Antwerp is of great international importance due to its seaport, as well as being the world's most important center for the processing and trade of diamonds.

Antwerp was one of the largest cities in the world in the 15th and 16th centuries, at times the most important trading metropolis in Europe.

The city is one of the few major central European cities with a largely preserved historic city center. Because of the many remaining architectural and artistic monuments from the city's heyday, Antwerp is considered a major city well worth seeing and is an important destination for city tourism.

You should give yourself a few days to really see everything.

Antwerp - Photos



○ Antwerpen-Centraal (Station)

○ Grote Markt (Big Market)

○ Plantin-Moretus-Museum

○ Onze Lieve Vrouwekathedraal (Cathedral)

○ Rubenshuis (Rubens House)

 MAS - Museum aan de Stroom

 Red Star Line Museum

○ De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery

 Museum De Reede

 St. Anna's Tunnel / Pedestrians' Tunnel

○ St.-Carolus-Borromäus-Kirche (Church)

 Het Steen (Castle stone)

○ Sint Andries (St. Andrew's)

○ Stadhuis (Town Hall)

 Eilandje (Island)

○ Vlaaikensgang (Vlaeykens corridor)

 Diamantenviertel (Diamond district)

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Travel at any time of the year, city trips, stays of several days. Beautiful city with a lot of history.


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Winkler & Cabral & Project Globetrotter are the old labels of the photos, from the beginning of 2024 they will only be labeled "J.Winkler - Art my way".

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