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A new bicycle trip brought me to this beautiful location.

My picture was taken on a part of the estate "Goed ten Broeke" in dutch
This is the old farmhouses of the estate.
The resident has cooperated fully in order to make this picture

I wish everyone a very nice week.

Wippelgem is a rural village and residential center in Evergem, in the Belgian province of East Flanders. The village lies along the R4 between Ghent and Zelzate.

From the 13th century Wippelgem already mentioned in some writings and then made already part of the county Evergem. It was cut in half by the Ship Canal (from 1480 to 1500 Borg Raven Drum, now Burg Raven Stream). Result was a part of the neighborhood "Elslo", another part of the district of "Over-the-water".

There were several estates: Good ten Broeke (listed in 1351), Good at Woestijne (Woestine - Rostlijne, 1371), Good at Hulle (Castle Van Crombrugghe - Ten Bos, 1375), Good at Hageland, The Mill (1647, from 1863 Gerard Mill).

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