Foto de stock - Row of ornate historic buildings in Market Square in Bruges in Belgium. On the Southern side of the Market several medieval-looking houses can be seen. They are not really medieval because a lot of them are modern reconstructions of the medieval styles. Some critics use these and other reconstructions (like the Provincial Government house or the Holy Blood Chapel) to bring down the image of Bruges as a fake. It is absolutely true that Bruges is as much a medieval city as a neo-gothic reconstruction from the 19th century. It is not difficult, however, to understand that buildings which are several centuries old always have to be renovated at certain times just for the sole purpose of keeping them in existence.

Imagen: Row of ornate historic buildings in Market Square in Bruges in Belgium. On the Southern side of the Market several medieval-looking houses can be seen.

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