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Explore Ghent in Belgium with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Ghent
Sight 1: Heilige Simon en Judas-Thaddeuskerk
Sight 2: Sint-Lievenskerk
The Saint Lievenkerk is a church building in Ledeberg, a part of the Belgian city of Ghent. This parish church, whose construction was planned around 1865, replaced the 1791 Sint-Lievenskerk vanished on the Hundelgemsesteenweg opposite the Joseph Vervaenestraat. The church is devoted to Saint Livinus.
Sight 3: Sint-Coletakerk
The Saint Coletakerk is a church in the Belgian city of Ghent. The church is located in the south of the city centre, between the Hill Gate and the railway. It is a neo-Gothic church with three beechs and five travees attributed to Auguste Van Assche or one of its followers. The intersection tower was built in 1911, according to Gerard De Meyer's design. The church is located between the other buildings and is only on the street side by front. This church has existed in its 124 years, but two organists who have played the organ for a whole lifetime. The last of the two was Edgard Guns who has been a pre-organist for over 70 years.
Sight 4: Plantentuin UGent
Ghent University Botanic Garden is the botanical garden of Ghent University and is located next to the Ledeganck complex, on the edge of the Citadel Park in Ghent. The Botanic Garden is a member of the Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta and affiliated with Botanic Gardens Conservation International, a non-profit organization that unites botanical gardens in a worldwide collaborative network to achieve the conservation of plant biodiversity.
Sight 5: Museum of Fine Arts
Sight 6: S.M.A.K.
The Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst is a relatively new museum located in Ghent, Belgium, and is renowned both for its permanent collection and for its provocative exhibitions.
Sight 7: Citadelpark
The Citadelpark is a park in the Belgian city of Ghent. It is located in the city center on a hills between Scheldt and Leie.
Sight 8: Sint-Pieters-buitenkerk
Sight 9: Maaltebruggekasteel
The Maaltebrug coastal, located in the Maaltebrugpark on the Ghent city edge, probably dates from 1754 and was called Château Maaltebrugge at the beginning of the 19th century. It was the country house for the De Hemptinne family in the summer months. The castle itself is built in classicist style, but the adjacent Maaltebrug -castle chapel is neo -gothic.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
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