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... inscribed on the walls, listed by country. Ypres was flattened in WW1 and then much damage was again done to the rebuilt town in WW2.
On the way to Ypres we visited Tyne Cot Cemetery which is the largest Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in the World. It is also the most important reminder of the 1917 Battle of Passchendale when almost 500,000 soldiers from both sides died in the immediate area over a period of just 100 days. Sadly there are many buried ...
... in the 12th century as the chapel of the residence of the Count of Flanders, it is now renowned for housing a venerated relic of Jesus' blood, allegedly collected after Jesus' crucifixion. The phial is kept in a silver tabernacle, which itself is quite beautiful.
Church of Our Lady: This church is famous for having the only sculpture by Michelangelo ever to be transported out of Italy. The white marble sculpture is of Madonna and ...
... waffles so much because it was actually small enough to see most of it in just a few days. It was overall very charming. Each night we would check out the canals and climb the windmills.
It truly was gorgeous, with medieval churches still standing and swans swimming in the tree-lined canals.
My favorite part was ...
... normal; font-family: monospace;">-we found an Italian place that could handle our group and the food was good. A tad heavy but after 6 days of biking, what's a few extra carbs?!?
-we all headed out to the square to hear the concert going on. L and I quickly flamed out and said our goodnights and headed for home.
-the 45 min ...
... trim the grass which was quite the sight.
We drove to Ypres and saw the resurrected city after it had been destroyed by fire. It was also a wonderful sight - you would have never have guessed it was only a century old. After the devastation of ww1 it was reconstructed almost identically to the original city it had been and they did a great job of that as far as I'm concerned.
One of the ...