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I makes pictures with one hand but support on my arm, not easy but everything working perfect
Yet one or two weeks. I've patience than would I back take picture with two hands

The street was first mentioned in
“1297: pro calceia reficienda in vico Sancti Amandi.”

The chapel was sold in 1797 and demolished in 1817. The vacated space was incorporated into the public road. A monumental water pump was erected on the site. In the Bruges language, people used to talk about the “Bezemmarkt.”

The Saint Amands Chapel in this street was built according to tradition by Saint Amandus in the 8th century. The chapel was depicted on the map of Bruges by Marcus Gerards (1562). She was the chapel of the craft of the spice hall, the traders of herbs and groceries.

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2/11/2019 12:45:35
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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