Monday, April 17, 2006

Monday, 17 April 2006

To end our little trip through Durbuy – the smallest city in the world – a last picture of one of the trademarks of the city: the wheat market. Already mentioned in 1380, the timber framed wheat market stand out amongst the other houses in Durbuy. The façade was recently painted in red.

I hope you enjoyed this virtual trip through Durbuy. There is a lot more to see, a lot more to discover – like beer and gaufres (or waffles as they are known) – and picturesque details can be found at every doorstep.

Happy Easter Monday everyone.

As I am away for the Easter weekend, all this is happening thanks to Denton who will 'push the buttons' and take you on this trip through Durbuy. Enjoy!

9 comments:

Anne said...

I enjoyed the trip! Thanks for taking us around Durbuy!

Grant F said...

nice trip around durbuy...I'll be sure to put it on my schedule the next time i'm in belgium and feel like a daytrip outside brussels

Nuno said...

Before reading i tought it was a church! Anyway this place is lovely with history in the air.

Lorethian said...

I thought this was a barn. I assume it is like a barn.


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Kris said...

thanks for the trip !

dutchie said...

Thanks for the trip, seems like a very nice place

Sam said...

I enjoyed the tour!! Durbuy is gorgeous!!

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