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Own NEW site 2020

This visit during Covid-19, this is allowed in Belgium at the moment

Another bike ride today with a beautiful autumn day, without wind and lots of sun.
A total of 35 km, but take it easy and take a photo regularly.

This mansion or perhaps a small castle, where I have not found an immediate description, but of the town of the past.

Under the old regime, Zomergem was the seat of a craft that comprised the most important parts of Zomergem, Waarschoot and Ronsele. Located between major centers - 15.5 km from Ghent and 25 km from Bruges - the people of Zomergem always lived in close contact with these cities, all the more so because the municipality is located on several old, medieval trade routes. The most important of these are the Oude Heirweg or the Bruges-Cologne trade road (which ran over the Brugstraat in Ursel and the Rijvers district in Zomergem), in the north of the municipality, and the Gentweg which passed through the village centers of Knesselare, Ursel and Zomergem. runs. Both roads and especially the first had intense traffic very early on

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