The Braakman was a large tidal inlet in the middle of the Dutch region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, on the south bank of the Westerschelde west of Terneuzen.
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Sint-Laureins (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt lʌu̯ˈrɛi̯ns]; Dutch for Saint Lawrence) is a municipality located in the Flemish province of East Flanders, in Belgium. The municipality comprises the towns of Sint-Jan-in-Eremo, Sint-Laureins proper, Sint-Margriete, Waterland-Oudeman and Watervliet.
Latitude: 51° 14' 31.27" N
Longitude: 3° 31' 27.88" E
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Zwankendamme is a village in the municipality of Bruges, Belgium.
The Damme Canal (French: Canal de Damme. Dutch: Damse Vaart or Napoleonvaart) is a canal in the Belgian province of West Flanders. The canal links Bruges with the Western Scheldt at Sluis, Netherlands.
Ter Leyen Castle is a castle in Boekhoute Belgium.
Stoppeldijk is a former village in the Dutch province of Zeeland.
Portus Ganda is the yachting port of the city of Ghent in Belgium.
Lapscheure is a town in Damme, a part of Belgium.
The Koninklijk Atheneum Vijverhof (Koninklijk Atheneum II, its administration name) (Royal Athenaeum Vijverhof in English) is a secondary school situated in Sint-Michiels, a suburb of Bruges. It is part of the school group "Brugge-Oostkust" (Bruges-…
Huis 't Schaep is the name of two 17th century dwellings, which have been converted by Samuel Coucke into one large house. The current address is Korte Vuldersstraat 14, 8000 Bruges, Belgium.
Dampoort is a neighbourhood in the city of Ghent in Belgium. Nowadays it is mainly known as the location of railway station Gent-Dampoort and a major crossroads. In former times it used to be the eastern gate of the city (poort being Dutch for "gate…