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Own NEW site 2020

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

Second picture of the seems rea

This Saturday morning, I was back one bike ride make direction Damme and Oostkerke. The lockdown was hardly anyone can be seen on the road, but cycling is allowed, so no offense for me.

History of the bridge with the Damse canal.

This would once have been a port during Napoleon
There is nothing left of this old port here, but history has written its part here.
Monnikerede was a small port town in the north of the Belgian province of West Flanders, on the territory of Oostkerke, of which it was a hamlet. It was where the Damse Vaart runs today, between the Oostkerkebrug and the bend to Hoeke.

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14/11/2020 10:15:12
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