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          antwerp
          Country : Belgium
          Currency : Euro (EUR)
          Language : Flemish (Dutch)
          Population
          City: 513 915 (2014)
          Metro: 1 090 650 (2014)
          Time
          Zone: Central European Time (CET)
          Antwerp
          closeAntwerp is the largest city in Flanders. Besides the many historical buildings that are reminiscent of the city's heyday in the 16th century, Antwerp boasts a lively shopping and entertainment scene as well as many cultural attractions.
          The city is also known for its diamonds, fashion and Flemish artists such as Rubens and van Dyck, of whom many works can be admired in the local museums.
          Travel
          Random Antwerp Highlights
          Sterckshof, Antwerp
          Sterckshof is a 16th century castle built by the wealthy financier Gerard Sterck as a countryhouse. Until 2014, the castle was home to the Zilvermuseum, a museum with silver artifacts from the 16th century to the present.
          Brabo Fountain, Antwerp
          This late 19th century fountain depicts the legendary hero Silvius Brabo who defeated the giant Antigoon. The statue symbolizes the free waterways, crucial to the city's survival.
          Butchers' Hall, Antwerp
          The Vleeshuis was built in 1504 for the Butchers' guild. The building - long the tallest secular building in the city - functioned as a meat market until 1810 when the French occupying forces abolished the Butchers' guild.
          Vlaeykensgang, Antwerp
          A favorite among tourists is a walk along the 16th century Vlaeykensgang, one of Antwerp's few remaining historic alleys. The narrow alley's entrances are no wider than a doorway.



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